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Asked for male, 22 years old from Gondiya
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Homeopath•Hyderabad
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Avoid strenuous exercise before the test as this may elevate bilirubin levels. Avoid drugs such as caffeine, penicillin, salicylates, and others as they can decrease bilirubin levels.
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Ayurvedic Doctor•Lucknow
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Hepatitis B is a viral infection, resulting in the inflammation of the liver. Hepatitis B is considered to be acute when it lasts up to six months and is tagged as chronic when the timeline exceeds six months. Some of the common symptoms of this disease are dark urine, queasiness, stomach ache, weakness and joint ache. Ayurveda is known to be an effective agent in treating Hepatitis B.

Hepatitis B is diagnosed by presence of Hepatitis B surface antigen (HBsAg) and IgM antibody to Hepati...more
Asked for male, 30 years old from Meerut
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Sexologist•Sri Ganganagar
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If 1095 days have passed then no need to repeat the tests now.
You are conclusively negative for stds.
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Asked for male, 18 years old from Chennai
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Gastroenterologist•Surat
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Hi,
cardivas is needed for you to prevent bleeding from varices. You can get low bp due to cardivas.
You need to see your doctor and get the dose adjusted.
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Asked for male, 21 years old from Nagpur
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Sexologist•Sri Ganganagar
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You are surely hiv negative, it is conclusive after 42 days of exposure. The symptoms are not due to hiv.
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Asked for male, 18 years old from Ahmedabad
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Gastroenterologist•Srinagar
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Since you are in ahmedabad. Few suggestions.
1) continue treatment of hep b 2) fibroscan can help you get the assessment of liver stiffness in case you don't have ascites on usg.
3) liver transplant is an option when liver decompensates but you need to enroll early on as waiting period is long in most centres 4) get consultation from Dr. sanjay rajput. He is expert gastro in ahmedabad.
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Asked for male, 39 years old from Bangalore
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HIV Specialist•Ghaziabad
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Hello sir. Good to know that your hiv is under control. You will need to continue to take art as long as you live, as of now. In future if any cure is found that will be a game changer. There are better options than viraday now. As long as your vl is undetectable and cd4 is in the normal range the ois remain under check and also non oi conditions. However aids has 4 stages depending upon s/s. It will be better if you consult an hiv Dr. of your choice to know more details, please. Thanks.
Asked for male, 18 years old from Ahmedabad
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Gastroenterologist•Surat
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Hi,
from the details provided by you, I understand that you have cirrhosis of liver with chronic hepatitis b infection as the cause.
You do not seem to have developed complications of portal hypertension viz. Gi bleed (blood in vomitus or stools), ascites (collection of fluid/water in stomach) or hepatic encephalopathy (drowsiness, transient loss of consciousness) etc.
You need to continue with anti-viral medications for hepatitis b and cardivas along with regular screening and follo...more
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Asked for male, 32 years old from Kolkata
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Homeopathy Doctor•Hooghly
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Well yes new studies have shown that condom doesn't protect against hiv, soo if the person is hiv positive then you have a higher risk of having hiv infection, do test after 90 days ,visit a virologist that will be better for u, don't be anxious there is treatment available now so nothing to worry about it,
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Asked for male, 29 years old from Lucknow
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HIV Specialist•Ghaziabad
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Hello sir. I would highly recommend you to consult an hiv Dr. of your choice to get proper guidance in this complex question. No spl Dr. will just tell you to take this or that drugs without a proper consultation and prescription as per government's guidelines. Thanks for understanding.
Asked for male, 27 years old from Pune
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Ayurvedic Doctor•Zirakpur
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As per cdc guidelines, the window period of hiv infection is 18-45 days for the test performed on serum/plasma. The window period of hiv tri dot is 30-60 days & the window period of hcv is 8 to 11 weeks. Hiv tri dot & hcv tri dot are 99% accurate within the defined window period.
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Sexologist•Sri Ganganagar
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Hiv cannot live outside the body for more than a few minutes even in optimum conditions.
Once blood is dried ,even if it becomes wet again ,hiv will not become infectious again.
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