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Pankaj 23, 21 December 2014 13:28

Sir i am hepatitis c pataint.so and my viral load is 8000,ihave taking treatment in 2013 Than my viral load was 125000, After completion of one year treatment.i have only 8000 Viral load.so please tell me what can now.

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Doctor's Ayurvedic Advice:-

Hello,

Considering your viral hepatitis from Ayurvedic point of view, we can only improve your immunity system and metabolism as liver is main organ for metabolism, there will be poor hepatic functioning and for which you may need to start with some Ayurvedic medications and that helps to prevent illnesses and also gives you symptomatic relief up to some extent. When it comes to viral load, there are fluctuations and by taking this parameter into consideration we cannot conclude to any decision at least in Ayurveda, but we can give medications that helps to give relief in symptomatic way.

Diet wise you need to avoid spicy and oily foods and see that you are not taking outside hotel foods and junk foods, and also avoid tinned foods, or packaged foods or foods with too many preservatives.

Always try to eat easily digestible foods and adopt practice of green tea consumption.

You can start the following medicines such as Package Medicine for Hepatits with combination of medicines like medicated decoction called as Divya Sarvakalpa Kwath and other herbal and mineral medicines and tablets which you can start and do the course for at least 3 months and you will find relief from symptoms.

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posted by Dr.Vijay on 6 August 2015 17:19

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The viral load reveals the level of the specific virus present in specific volume of blood. Normally after the treatments, there will be undetectable level of virus. The viral load which is less than 300copies/ml is considered mild, less than 10000copies/ml is moderate and more than 100000copies/ml is considered higher.

Hepatitis C is acquired due to a viral infection through the blood. The rate from sexual contact is rare, but still care must be take to avoid risks. The symptoms like fatigue, fever, abdominal pain and jaundice are seen.

Package for Hepatatitis can be taken for 3months and then reviewed.

Include cumin seeds, bottle gourd, cucumber, rice, coriander and mung dal. Reduce excess of oil, salt, sugar and fatty foods. Please avoid sharing personal things like razor to avoid the spreading. Please do have regular checkups to know the function of the liver.

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