Hepatitis B is a serious liver infection that in some cases becomes chronic, meaning it lasts more than six months.
Most adults with hepatitis B recover fully, even if their symptoms are severe. However, infants and children are more likely to develop a chronic hepatitis B infection.
While a vaccine can prevent hepatitis B, there’s no cure. So most people diagnosed with chronic hepatitis B infection need treatment for the rest of their lives to reduce the risk of liver disease and prevent it from passing to others.
Treatment for chronic hepatitis B may include: Antiviral medications, interferon injections, and liver transplant. If your doctor determines that your infection is acute and will go away on its own, you may not need treatment.
Most people who have acute hepatitis B will recover completely within four to eight weeks. However, in cases where the condition is more severe, recovery can take several months. In rare cases acute hepatitis B can cause serious liver damage and in very rare cases it can be fatal.
Hepatitis B Treatment in India is quite affordable and starts from USD 85.