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What Is The Treatment Of Hepatitis C?

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bobby Group: Members  Joined: 22nd Oct, 2007  Topic: 12  Post: 13  Age:  34  
Posted on:14th Mar 2009, 5:46pm

What Is The Treatment Of Hepatitis C?

my name is bobby mein ne kuch din pehlay apnay test karwaye hain muje Happititus C hogya hai mein kya karoon mein bohat parishan hoon iska to elaaj b bohat menhga hai uar yeh to theek b nahi hota hai meri age 24 sal hia abi to mein ne zindgi mein boht kuch soacha tha bohat khawb thay meray mein kaya karoon plz dosto muje batain mein kya karoon kya iska elaaj ho skta hia

    plz doctor sb and all frnds help me

goodman Group: Members  Joined: 11th Oct, 2007  Topic: 66  Post: 7815  Age:  37  
Posted on:14th Mar 2009, 6:04pm


ma app kay liyay SADAQAY DIL SAY DUA KEROO GA.......Allah app koo healthy health day..........Ameen.......
Kali Zuban Group: Members  Joined: 19th Sep, 2010  Topic: 30  Post: 1790  Age:  33  
Posted on:14th Mar 2009, 7:00pm

re: hepatitis C

You are advise to read: Available Treatments for Hepatitis C
nikama Group: Members  Joined: 15th Oct, 2007  Topic: 47  Post: 1807  Age:  39  
Posted on:16th Mar 2009, 3:13pm


yaaaar jeee , iss main pershaani wali kia baat hai.. ilaaj hai isss ka. I mean ya control ho jata hai medicines say..I have a lots of young friends like you who was suffering from this Hepatitis C...after 3-4 medicines ,all are okay.. tum bhee apna ilaaj kurawooo , fit ho jaoo gay... fikur na kurna... kch nahee hota yaar....
Mera Sawal Group:   Joined: 01st Jan, 1970  Topic: 12  Post: 236  Age:   
Posted on:14th Sep 2009, 12:10am

hepatitis c treatment

kia abhi tak hepatitis c ka ilaj daryaft nahi hua hai? agar kisi ko hepatitis c ho jaaye tu woh kia kare ga?

hepatitis C ke mareezo ko kia ehtiat kerni chahiye. kia hepatitic se ka/ki mareez apne spouse se mubashrat ker sakte hai. mia bivi apasa mai kia kia ker sakte hai. matlab yeh keh woh mia bivi ke taluqat mai kia kia ker sakte hai, aur iss tarah keh aik partner ki beemari hepatitis C doosro ko na lage.

Waterr Group: Members  Joined: 15th Jul, 2009  Topic: 59  Post: 3783  Age:  31  
Posted on:14th Sep 2009, 12:12pm

hepC treatment

Hepatitis C is called as AIDS of Pakistan ….. AS the Aids is spreading in whole world…. We are having even more number of hep C cases

We all know how it spreads..


Sexual contact

Now may it be shared syringes,blood transfusion,tattooing,teeth extraction,illegal sex , razon sharing even tooth brushes if ur gum bleeds….

The important point is hep C has a chronic course meaning by causing liver damage over years….

15%of patients only have acute illness…

60-75%patient have chronic

It is said that 10-20yr are taken as progressive liver damage occurs to cause full blown liver end stage disease…

Mostly patients donot know they have hepC until and unless they donate blood and get screened these days…

All the personnal who had blood transfusion before 1980's in Pakistan can have hep

C… blood was not screened then…


When u come to know a patient is hepC positive it is by Anti-hepC antibodies , that is the immune defence being created when virus entered the body to fight it…and then it lingers on.. IgM and Ig G are done..IgG shows infection is old…

Then liver test are done…if elevated its confirmed…enzymes of liver are tested..


Then what is required to know is if the virus is active now??? And how much is its load ?? how much it is present then HCV RNA is done by a test PCR(polymerase chain reaction) that tell u activity of virus….its an active disease or not..


Liver biopsy: liver tissue sample is taken to assess the dgree of damage done…

The treatment criteria:


Its mostly recommended in patient with on going disease in liver that is moderate in nature…(whether they have symptoms or not)


Patient with mild disease and enzymes not raised and no sign of ongoing disease are treated on individual basis …they want treatment then done..otherwise "on watch"


Patient in which liver is damaged to the extent that all its fuctions have deteriorated and now more than 80% destroyed treatment not done…


Previously liver biopsy was the rule to be done before treatment … nowadays it is not it says if patient has enzymes raised and seems that not much decompensted liver(function is there) then can do treatment…


genotype 1 2 3 are prevalent... unfortunately in pakistan 1 is more.... more better treatment response is in 2, 3 types....


only disease course is prolonged... no cure 100 %yet found

Treatment available:

Interferones are given theses days new pegylated interferone are given 24-48week course

Antiviral drug are given … ribavirin … alone not effective …good with interferones..


It's a costly treatment….


Patient who are not treated:

Serial liver enzymes are to be done if mild disease…

Water intake is improved

Juices and fruits

Prevention from constipation

Prevention from infections…


Also a new conservative therapy says to give these patients anti-oxidants(these are the substances that kill oxygen radicles that kill a cell)

Like selenium,lipoic acid and vitamin C,E etc….


liver transplant...cost about a crore ..problem is virus is in blood and recurr in new liver


Sexual relations

Unprotected sexual course between spouses is allowed if the spouse is monogamous(only and only one sex partner) …. The rate of transmission to other spouse is not documented… some says less than 1percent others says it so less that not documented but monogamy is the rule…


oral sex should not be done

the defence bacteria and Ph of vagina is different from mouth(this is why i say ppl with latent/unmanifested infections may give infection to wife via oro-penile contact and not know themselves)



Mother can absolutely feed a child if she is hepC…… even Hep B is controversial… but HEPC mother can breastfeed 100%..


Vaginal delivery of a hepC mother has a chance of less than 5%percent transmission when the membrane ruptures and birth canal exposure..

C-section is done … chance of transmission less than 1percent

Mera Sawal Group:   Joined: 01st Jan, 1970  Topic: 12  Post: 236  Age:   
Posted on:14th Sep 2009, 12:18pm

hepatitis c

good answer; lagta hai keh waterr full form mai hai.
Waterr Group: Members  Joined: 15th Jul, 2009  Topic: 59  Post: 3783  Age:  31  
Posted on:14th Sep 2009, 12:29pm

mera sawal....

kash k ap woh(yani bewaqoof ID ,who has a knw how of medicine and a rarely comments) hotey....tu zada kush hoti

ya doctor K K kehtey tu mai kush hoti....

ab tu bas ye shukar kar sakti hon kisi ne mehnat ko notice kar leya...

anyways choonkey ap samait sab ko meri forum par mojudge bohat khatakti ha.......

i am gng to reply 2 0r 3 different type of questions here or very girly questions here...otherwise tata

Doctor K K Group: Members  Joined: 02nd Apr, 2009  Topic: 25  Post: 1967  Age:  41  
Posted on:14th Sep 2009, 2:53pm

Re: What Is The Treatment Of Hepatitis C?

Dont worry waterr, My silence is equivalent to appreciation..........

Highly informative and accurate. Well done.
Mera Sawal Group:   Joined: 01st Jan, 1970  Topic: 12  Post: 236  Age:   
Posted on:15th Sep 2009, 5:15am

hepatitis c

aik bewaqoof kabhi bhi yeh article nahi samajh sakta, jab keh mai aap ka article samajh chuka hoo, yeh aik technical article hai jo keh har koi nahi samajh sakta. aap ke article mai koi baat bachi nahi thi jo mai detail comments kerta.

waise yeh batai keh aik hepatitis c patient ki family member aur friends ko os ke saath kaisa behave kerna chahiye, maslan hath milana, os ke sath khana khana, os ka glass aur plate use kerna waghaira.

zeb Group: Members  Joined: 18th Aug, 2007  Topic: 114  Post: 13598  Age:  37  
Posted on:15th Sep 2009, 6:31am



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Waterr Group: Members  Joined: 15th Jul, 2009  Topic: 59  Post: 3783  Age:  31  
Posted on:15th Sep 2009, 8:00am

Hepatitis c

Salivary secretion of virus is not documented like urine and faeces are said not to contain virus... Initially tooth brush sharing was okey bt then found that even saliva may have minute amount of blood and led to infection so now saliva due to being contaminated with microscopic amount of blood is considered a source of transmission that be prevented... Shaking hands ,eating together , using plate and glass is fine bt its better not to take one sip after patients sip and then so on bt usually its never told to seperate their utensils
azim shah Group: Members  Joined: 30th Jan, 2010  Topic: 0  Post: 3  Age:  33  
Posted on:30th Jan 2010, 2:58am

herbal treatment of hepatitus c

aslam o likum aj kal hepatitus c boht taizi say phel rha ha.

isy herbal treatment say cover kia ja skta ha.abi tak alopetic medicen main is ka koi kamyab ilaj daryaft nin ho ska.jabka herbal tariqa ilaj main is ka ilalj mojod ha.

qarshi industries pakistan  kei hepta care kit available  ha.wo hepatitus b ka 100% treatment jabka

hepatitus c ka liay 60% kamyab ude krian boht kamyab chez ha.

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