Hepatitis treatment in Turkey
Hepatitis treatment in Turkey. Hospitals in Turkey are ready to offer patients a wide range of comprehensive diagnostic examinations and all the necessary drugs for treatment.
Hepatitis is an inflammatory process in the liver. The causes of hepatitis are viral infection, autoimmune pathology, and the toxic effects of drugs or alcohol. Today, seven types of viral hepatitis are known: A, B, C, D, E, F and G, of which the most common are A, B and C. The most dangerous is C. Sometimes the virus leaves the body after the acute stage of the disease, but also he can become chronic. The dangerous consequences of hepatitis are cirrhosis and liver cancer.
Diagnosis of Hepatitis is the first thing to do when the first symptoms appear.
Main Symptoms and Signs of Hepatitis B:
- Abdominal pain
- Weakness and fatigue
- Joint pain
- Loss of appetite
- Nausea and vomiting
- Yellowing of the skin and whites of the eyes (jaundice)
- Fever, chills, joint pain
- Clarification of feces
- Dark urine (strong tea color), foaming urine
- Pain, heaviness in the right hypochondrium
The appearance of these symptoms should force you to see a doctor who will prescribe the necessary tests.
It is important that you can get a 2nd opinion from doctors in Turkey and find out, without leaving your country, what and how to prepare for it. To do this, you just need to send us a request and attach the necessary medical documents.
Approximate costs of hepatitis diagnostics in Turkey:
- Diagnostics of hepatitis A from $ 1500
- Diagnostics of hepatitis D from $ 1500
- Diagnostics of hepatitis E from $ 1700
- Diagnostics of hepatitis C from $ 1800
- Diagnostics of hepatitis B from $ 2000
Features of hepatitis treatment in Turkey
The treatment of hepatitis should be approached very responsibly and started as soon as possible in order to prevent complications such as liver fibrosis, liver cirrhosis, and in some cases, the development of liver cancer.
Turkish hospitals are ready to offer patients a wide range of comprehensive diagnostic examinations to identify hidden problems (including the presence of viruses), as well as all the necessary drugs for treatment. It is known that more than 90% of hepatitis cases presuppose the patient's recovery with timely diagnosis and competent selection of drugs for treatment.
As a rule, the course of treatment for hepatitis lasts from 3 to 6 months, however, treatment in Turkish hospitals does not require the patient to be constantly in the country. Usually, the patient is carefully examined and therapy is started under the supervision of specialists in gastroenterologists-hepatologists in order to assess the reactions of the organism of the state. Further, drugs and recommendations are given to the patient, and the treatment can be continued at home, keeping in touch with the attending physician through our specialists.
People with acute hepatitis B virus infection are usually given diet and supportive treatment to help manage the symptoms of the disease. Treatment of hepatitis B is carried out with interferon preparations (Pegasys, Pegintron), as well as hepaprotectors.
Hepatitis B treatment in Turkey is carried out by the best hepatologists with invaluable experience in the best hospitals and clinics, including in Europe and the USA.