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Surviving Hepatitis B

Hepatitis B is caused by the Hepatitis B virus and it can either be acute or chronic. Acute Hepatitis B is a Hepatitis B infection that occurs in the first six months since first exposure to the virus. Those with this type of disease can recover very easily. Chronic Hepatitis B, on the other hand, is a Hepatitis B variety that persists longer than six months and usually lasts a lifetime.

Testing methods

If you want to know if you have Hepatitis B or whether what you have is acute or chronic, it is advised to undergo a Hepatitis B test. There are different methods to test for Hepatitis B, such as hepatitis B e-Antigen, liver function tests, hepatitis B blood panel, ultrasound and imaging, liver biopsy, and hepatitis B e-Antibody.

Medication for Hepatitis B

Those who test positive for Hepatitis B may be prescribed by their doctors with any of the following antibiotic medications: intron a, Pegasys, Hepsera, heptodin, baraclude, sebivo, tyzeka, or Viread.
And, as a precaution, those with Hepatitis B should stay away from alcohol as this can be very dangerous for their livers. Hepatitis diseases are known to attack the liver so take good care of your liver during the treatment period and beyond.
Whether you are adults, teenager, infant, male or female, you are in danger of Hepatitis B as it is spread in various ways. It is important to be aware of this infection and get tested for it at the earliest chance before the worst happens.
Hepatitis B Vaccination