Medication To Treat Hepatitis?
What is the cure for hepatitis? Will later if I recover in my MCU still remain positive can not turn negative?
HBsAg serological examination is an examination that aims to find the presence or absence of the Hepatitis B virus in a person's body. A positive value on HBaAg means the person is infected with the Hepatitis B virus. The infection can be acute or chronic. The examination should be supported by other serological tests, in order to determine acute or chronic. After erect the diagnosis, the doctor will start antiviral therapy.
Antiviral therapy for hepatitis B must be under a doctor's supervision. You cannot start the therapy yourself. Misuse of drugs can result in side effects and infections that are not completely eradicated. After you complete several months of antiviral therapy, a repeat serology test is performed. If your HBsAg value becomes negative, then you are declared cured. If your HBsAg score is positive, you are declared as chronic hepatitis or a carrier. In a carrier, even though the person is physically good, the virus will continue to exist and can be transmitted to others. In addition, complications of chronic hepatitis can include cirrhosis of the liver and liver cancer. Therefore, consult this problem with your internal medicine doctor immediately.
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