... damage that causes problems. Is there support for this condition?
Hepatitis B - I defeated HBV virus (DNA test showed no detectable virus) but have residual liver?
Added 31 Jul 2011:
Concerning residual effects on the liver, from post-infection (1975) to the present, I've experienced a relative weakness compared to pre-infection, knawing discomfort in the upper right quadrant, and discouraging low grade blunted pain (though occasionally sharp), but pain nonetheless. Anyone else told of this aftereffect? By the way, massaging the organ by inhaling when rigid fingers are pressed into the area below the right ribcage, resulting in the edge of the organ passing into the resistence of the digits, causing the aforementioned soothing effect. Thoughts? This syndrome challenges like no other!
I have found a wealth of information on treating Hep C and living with the disease without feeling sick. I know you said Hep B but it's still a liver disease and you might find some of the information helpful. You can google Lloyd Wright or go to YouTube and type Lloyd Wright Hep C and check out his information. He actually cleared him self from the hep c virus by using alternative medicines/suppliments after he could no longer tolerate the conventional interferon treatment.
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