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Prof. Dr. Talat Naheed

Diabetologist, Gastroenterologist, General Physician, Internal Medicine Specialist

40 year(s) Experience

Satisfaction

95%

Experience

40 year(s)

Wait Time

11 mins

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Somia Iqtadar

General Physician, Internal Medicine Specialist

17 year(s) Experience

Satisfaction

97%

Experience

17 year(s)

Wait Time

18 mins

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mehreen Zaman

Gastroenterologist

14 year(s) Experience

Satisfaction

96%

Experience

14 year(s)

Wait Time

16 mins

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mehrin Farooq

Family Medicine, General Physician, Internal Medicine Specialist, Medical Specialist

10 year(s) Experience

Satisfaction

97%

Experience

10 year(s)

Wait Time

11 mins

Dr. Aqsa Naseer

Gastroenterologist, Hepatologist

8 year(s) Experience

Satisfaction

100%

Experience

8 year(s)

Wait Time

12 mins

Asst. Prof. Dr. Fahmina Ashfaq

Diabetologist, Family Medicine, Gastroenterologist, General Physician, Internal Medicine Specialist

14 year(s) Experience

Satisfaction

97%

Experience

14 year(s)

Wait Time

9 mins

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100% Secure Consultation

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Prof. Dr. Fatima Mehboob

Endocrinologist, Gastroenterologist, Hepatologist

30 year(s) Experience

Satisfaction

93%

Experience

30 year(s)

Wait Time

6 mins

Dr. Sumayya Shabbir

Diabetologist, Endocrinologist, Family Medicine, General Physician, Internal Medicine Specialist

10 year(s) Experience

Satisfaction

98%

Experience

10 year(s)

Wait Time

18 mins

Prof. Dr. Syeda Nosheen Zehra

Internal Medicine Specialist, Rheumatologist

29 year(s) Experience

Satisfaction

97%

Experience

29 year(s)

Wait Time

7 mins

Dr. Noureen Haider

Gastroenterologist

25 year(s) Experience

Satisfaction

96%

Experience

25 year(s)

Wait Time

13 mins

How can I find treatment of Hepatitis?

According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 3.5 million people have hepatitis C, but most may not know they have it. This is partly due to the fact that most recently infected people do not develop symptoms. CDC indicates that only between 20 and 30% of them show signs of fatigue, stomach pain or heart attack. appetite, many of which are benign and are unlikely to send people to the doctor's office. And while 25% of people infected with the virus get rid of the infection naturally, the vast majority will develop chronic hepatitis C, a long-term disease that, without treatment, can last a lifetime. Let's discuss what is hepatitis, symptoms, types causes and preventive measures.

Hepatitis is an inflammatory disease of the liver. There are many reasons for hepatitis but most of the time it occurs due to the viral infection. Autoimmune hepatitis can be due to the effect of drugs, medications, toxins, and alcohol on the immune system. Autoimmune hepatitis is a condition that occurs when your body produces antibodies against liver tissue. 

The liver performs many critical functions that affect metabolism throughout the body, including:

  • Production of the essential bile for digestion.

  • Filter toxins from your body

  • Excretion of bilirubin (a product of fragmented red blood cells), cholesterol, hormones, and drugs.

  • Degradation of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins.

  • Activation of enzymes, specialized proteins essential for the functioning of the organism.

  • Synthesis of blood proteins like albumin.

  • Synthesis of coagulation factors.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), approximately 4.4 million Americans currently have hepatitis B and C. More and more people are unaware that they have hepatitis. The treatment options vary depending on the type of hepatitis. You can prevent some forms of hepatitis through vaccinations and lifestyle precautions.

Frequently Asked Questions

Click Here To book your appointment with a specialist of Hepatitis. You can also book your appointment with a specialist of Hepatitis by calling at 042-32591427 or 0311-1222398. There are no extra charges for booking through Marham.

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The fee for specialists of Hepatitis in Pakistan varies from PKR 500-3000 depending upon doctor's experience and qualification.

Top 10 Hepatitis Doctors in Pakistan are:

  1. Dr. Muhammad Zakria
  2. Dr. Nusrat Yar Khan
  3. Dr. Malik Mahboob Aziz
  4. Dr. Aamir Mushtaq
  5. Dr. Ahsan Mobin
  6. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Israr Ul Haq
  7. Dr. Zaigham Abbas
  8. Dr. Syed M Raza
  9. Prof. Dr. Syed Sibt Al Hasnain
  10. Dr. Syed Muhammad Raza

10 Hepatitis Doctors in Pakistan are:

  1. Dr. Muhammad Zakria
  2. Dr. Nusrat Yar Khan
  3. Dr. Malik Mahboob Aziz
  4. Dr. Aamir Mushtaq
  5. Dr. Ahsan Mobin
  6. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Israr Ul Haq
  7. Dr. Zaigham Abbas
  8. Dr. Syed M Raza
  9. Prof. Dr. Syed Sibt Al Hasnain
  10. Dr. Syed Muhammad Raza