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  * What precautions should be taken by persons with chronic hepatitis B, C, and D infections?  
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  What are the hepatitis B, C, D viruses?
When hepatitis B, C, or D viruses are present in a persons blood, that person is considered to have a chronic hepatitis B, C, or D infection. Surface antigens to hepatitis B are present in the blood of persons with chronic hepatitis B infections; these persons are known as "hepatitis B carriers."


What precautions should be taken by persons with chronic hepatitis B, C, and D infections?
If a blood test indicates that you have hepatitis B, C, or D, you should seek diagnosis and treatment from a physician.


To avoid increasing the burden on your liver, do not take any unprescribed medicines.


Make sure to get good nutrition; avoid excessive drinking.Avoid excessive fatigue.Make sure to follow your physicians instructions. Visit a physician regularly and listen to his advice.


Do not donate blood. Do not share a toothbrush or razor with another person.
 
   
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