Hepatitis C is a liver infection caused by the hepatitis C virus (HCV). Hepatitis C is spread through contact with the blood of an infected person. Today, most people are infected with the hepatitis C virus by sharing needles or other equipment used to make medicines and injections.
Autoimmune hepatitis is a disease that occurs when your body makes antibodies against your liver tissue. The five main viral classifications of hepatitis are hepatitis A, hepatitis B, C, D, and E. A different virus is responsible for each type of viral hepatitis.
How Hepatitis-C is spread:
Hepatitis C: First, the disease is spread through blood transfusions. Hepatitis C should be tested before taking another blood.
Second, the disease can be spread through the use of the same saving razor, razor, blade, syringe of the same injection by more than one person. That is why one’s things should not be used by anyone else. However, the risk of transmitting the disease through sexual intercourse is very low and the chances of the mother and fetus is infected with hepatitis-C are also low.
In addition, the disease is not spread through social gatherings (handshakes, hugs) or through the patient’s utensils such as glasses, spoons, clothes, etc. Only those products that come in contact with the patient’s blood (razors, blades, razors, toothbrushes) can spread the disease.
What to do in the infected patient Hepatitis C:
Hepatitis C patients should be treated immediately under the supervision of a specialist. Hepatitis C can now be cured with appropriate treatment. The purpose of this treatment is to stop the destruction of liver cells and to detoxify the body. Hepatitis C causes severe deterioration in the patient’s quality of life and later death due to liver cirrhosis or cancer.
Delays in diagnosis also lead to a decline in liver function and a reduction in the chances of recovery through treatment. It is very important to diagnose the disease at an early stage. In order to detect the primary viral infection, the presence of ahr-Uhr in the blood has to be determined. If the patient is initially Hepatitis-C positive, then the stage of infection also requires an up-and-coming test to diagnose the condition of the liver and in some cases a liver biopsy.
Homeopathic Remedies Hepatitis C:
Homeopathic treatment It is not easy to choose a cure for Hepatitis C. The following drugs are used to treat the symptoms of this disease. Namely: Mercurium soliubilis, Hydrastis, Chelidonium, Carduas-marinas, Chionanthus-Virginia, China, Lycopodium, Naxvamika, Iodium, Losoceras, Mesoris, Magnesia, Significant. Even then, no medicine should be taken without the advice of a specialist.