Use Of Strong Drugs In People With Hepatitis B?
can people with hep B consume anthelmintic? in the community there is a distribution of worming once a year
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As a prevention against intestinal worms, it is highly recommended for adults and children to consume worming medicine every 6 months. Because, often, the symptoms of intestinal worms are not typical, so that only known after the condition is quite severe and difficult to handle. The selection of this type of worm medicine, including its designation for those of you who suffer from Hepatitis B, should not be done alone. Because, most of the worm medicine is not included in the class of over-the-counter drugs, so consumption is safer if done under the direct supervision of a doctor. There is no prohibition for hepatitis B sufferers to consume worm medicine, as long as it is done in the right dosage and method.
Many men intend to consume strong drugs to support their sexual performance. This is actually not always right. Mostly, the decline in sexual performance occurs due to unhealthy lifestyles, so that it can actually improve without the need to consume drugs, including the drugs you mentioned. Unfortunately, there is no accurate source that clearly outlines exactly the composition of the drug you mentioned, so we are not authorized to assess its safety for your consumption, including its relation to the history of Hepatitis B you have.
Our advice, if you feel you have problems related to sexual performance, before taking the drug, you should first improve your lifestyle so that it is healthier, the way to do it by exercising diligently, eating a variety of nutritious foods (including sprouts, red meat, sea fish, nuts - beans, whole grains, olive oil, etc.), drink enough, avoid physical activity that is too tiring, manage your stress and emotions properly, maintain ideal body weight, and avoid smoking, alcohol, and drugs. Do not forget, also build good communication with your partner, so they can remain mutually satisfying to each other during intercourse. Avoid all forms of risky sexual activity, and do not also carelessly consume strong drugs (including herbal medicines) without consulting first to the doctor.
That's all our explanation. For more details, you can consult directly with a doctor, a specialist in internal medicine, and a specialist in andrology.
I hope this helps.