Livolin And Hepatitis B

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celibba Says:
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I am taking livolin for a liver problem (Hepatitis B) and have been advised to take it for a month. I want to know if chronic Hepatitis B can be cured? Also, what are the side effects of livolin?

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Moaat Says:
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good morning, I have hepatitis b for more than 7 years now, can I take livolin forte. and for how long. can it help

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Kevin Says:

Hello Celibba,

I'm sorry to hear that you got a Hepatitis B infection.

I have good news and bad news. I'll start with the bad news, I was unable to find any credible case studies showing that Livolin can help cure Hepatitis B.

The good news is that Hepatitis B is an infection that attacks your liver, but when treated it often does not stay long. Livolin Forte is a foreign supplement not regulated by the FDA which reportedly aids the liver by maintaining tissues in the body to prevent vitamin B2 loss. It also reportedly aids in producing antibodies and hemoglobin by keeping sugar levels in normal ranges. Lastly and most importantly it reportedly helps your body slow down the process that damages liver cells.

While this supplement was not directly designed to combat Hepatitis B, it reportedly has the potential to aid your body in fighting off the infection. Once your body has overcome the Hepatitis B infection you become immune for the rest of your life, so good news there.

The side effects of Livolin Forte are listed as:

- Feeling of warmth
- Coughing
- Difficulty in breathing
- Abdominal cramps
- Itching of skin
- Blurred vision
- Dizziness
- Restlessness
- Difficulty in swallowing
- Sweating

Because Livolin is not regulated by the FDA there may be additional side effects not listed here.

I hope this information helps.

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Nana Says:
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I have hepatitis-b. What medicine is good for the treatment please?

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Kemal Says:
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I’m taking livolin what kinds of food I don’t have to eat?

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Aliu Says:
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Re: Moaat (# 1)
for how long can I be on livolin forte

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