Patient: is the beginning of hbeag. Eat adefo one year after the last mistress is a plus. That's all for second years, so I stopped the medi
Patient: is the beginning of hbeag. Eat adefo one year after the last mistress is a plus. That's all for second years, so I stopped the medicine. All checked. I don't have a detailed list. Virus 500. Two half of the last item is the number one last check is 20 days after the withdrawal of the results of the investigation. And the same as before transaminase check is normal, but now is a month after stopping drug. The sick and tired of the body. I feel nauseous. Do I have to take the medicine now?. But I really don't want to take any more medicine. Medicine is not eat. Shanghai public health clinical center Zhang Zhanqing: chronic hepatitis B liver disease (not including cirrhosis) patients, treatment process of nucleotide antiviral drugs in patients with HBeAg if converted to small three or 2 Yang, virus continued undetectable, aminotransferase remains below 40, or the second small Sanyang Yang stable for more than 1 years. You can consider to stop drug virus; small Sanyang patient continues to be detectable, aminotransferase remains below 40, small three maintained for more than 2 years, also can consider to stop drug.
Within half a year after the withdrawal of about 20%-30% of patients will relapse, therefore, suggest: before drug withdrawal after doctors assess the condition, understanding and tolerance of the risk of relapse after drug withdrawal; regular need after withdrawal (1-3 months) to see the doctor at least 6 months, if the recurrence of hepatitis treatment, the doctor decided to take down.
Your stopping time seems to be a bit early. Since stopped, it is recommended to see a doctor as soon as possible, regardless of whether there are symptoms. I can't give you a specific answer.
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