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Chronic hepatitis B
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Chronic hepatitis B is a long-lasting infection with the hepatitis B virus. Chronic hepatitis B occurs when the body can’t get rid of the hepatitis B virus. Children, especially infants, are more likely to get chronic hepatitis B, which usually has no symptoms until signs of liver damage appear. Without treatment, chronic hepatitis B can cause liver cancer or severe liver damage that leads to liver failure. Liver failure occurs when the liver stops working properly.

Many people with hepatitis B experience no symptoms at all, others experience very mild symptoms, while others still have very serious symptoms. Just because a person doesn't experience severe symptoms, doesn't mean that the condition isn't serious. Symptoms can include: Fever, Nausea or vomiting, Jaundice (yellow skin or eyes), a longer than normal period of time for bleeding to stop, swelling in the stomach or ankles, dark urine, pale or gray stool, bruising, tiredness, loss of appetite, diarrhea, tec.  

Herbal remedies have long been used as a therapy in the treatment of hepatitis. Chinese herbs can be particularly effective in treating hepatitis-related symptoms, including licorice, celandine, schisandra and milk thistle. Other beneficial herbs for this condition may include dandelion, burdock and phyllanthus -- an Ayurvedic herb. Continue to read Chinese medicine Treatment for Viral Hepatitis

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