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My Encounter And Victory Over The Deadly Hepatitis B by kudosamass(m): 3:29pm On Jun 03, 2017
It all started sometimes in 2011 at Federal Housing, Lugbe, Abuja. I was diagnosed with the deadly disease called Hepatitis B. What a name! In fact, that was my first time of hearing the name.The Lab attendant at FHA scared the poo out of me when she told me that it kills faster than AIDS! I did quick research on the name and was alarmed that this was a very dangerous disease! I was still a single guy then. I quickly traveled back my memory lane and scanned through those 'unholy movements' we unmarried guys usually make, and concluded that this must be the judgement of the gods on my head! But I was assured by the same Nurse that it could be contacted through many means and not necessary sexual intercourse.
I spent a lot of money trying to treat it, but it continued to show in my blood whenever I ran a test. Someone later told me that the local name was yellow fever. It was then that I decided to inform my Mum in the Village because initially, I did not know how to explain the name to my parents.
I then called my Mum in my village in Enugu. I was surprised that she was clam and told me not to worry myself. She told me to come back to village that there was a trusted medicine that treats 'yellow fever' completely. And that people come from the big cities and abroad to collect the medicine regularly by referrals from their friends.
Out of frustration with conventional medicine, and because this was my own Mum, I decided to give it a trial. I went to my Village in Enugu to collect the medicine and took it as directed (made up of herbs, roots & leaves). I went to test after the treatment. Behold, there was no longer any trace of Hepatitis B in my system! The Lab Attendant was surprised and asked me what magic! I told her that we had a local medicine that treats Hepatitis B in my Village. She confided to me that the conventional treatment they gave people was for the management and not complete cure of the sickness.
The interesting part of this story is that the Lab started bombarding me with request to get the medicine for their patients. (that is after collecting huge sums from the patients in the name of treatment) Initially I was reluctant because of the stress involved, but I later caved in.
I had no idea of medicine before then, but that was how I was transformed into an unwilling medicine man! Some who live in the South will call and I will direct them to my village or arrange for the medicine to be sent to them. Others who stay here in the North will call and I will make arrangements for the medicine for them. I have so far helped more than 60 patients to get treated.
I am only helping people because I nearly lost my life to this disease. Most of them usually take me out to buy me beer after they got well. Some who would not touch beer will say, big thank you to me. And the Medicine man will always bring me palm wine and bush meat any time I traveled home because of the number of patients I sent him or medicines I order from him.

SOURCE: https://hepatitisdesk.blogspot.com.ng/

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Re: My Encounter And Victory Over The Deadly Hepatitis B by lykarealrose(f): 8:02pm On Aug 03, 2018
Can I get your contact? Two friends of mine are infected with it.

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Re: My Encounter And Victory Over The Deadly Hepatitis B by kudosamass(m): 8:25pm On Aug 03, 2018
lykarealrose:
Can I get your contact? Two friends of mine are infected with it.

See my Signature below the post OR Visit, https://hepatitisdesk.blogspot.com/
Re: My Encounter And Victory Over The Deadly Hepatitis B by opera1(m): 12:15pm On Aug 04, 2018
Am happy 4 u. U can asked d man to teach you d treatment, who knows u might become a millionaire from the Local herbs IF it's highly effective.

But run away from Beer to keep ya Liver healthy & to save ur life

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Re: My Encounter And Victory Over The Deadly Hepatitis B by Wazzap: 8:06pm On Aug 04, 2018
[quote author=kudosamass post=57156877]It all started sometimes in 2012 at Federal Housing, Lugbe, Abuja. I was diagnosed with the deadly disease called Hepatitis B. What a name! In fact, that was my first time of hearing the name.The Lab attendant at FHA scared the poo out of me when she told me that it kills faster than AIDS! I did quick research on the name and was alarmed that this was a very dangerous disease! I was still a single guy then. I quickly traveled back my memory lane and scanned through those 'unholy movements' we unmarried guys usually make, and concluded that this must be the judgement of the gods on my head! But I was assured by the same Nurse that it could be contacted through many means and not necessary sexual intercourse.
I spent a lot of money trying to treat it, but it continued to show in my blood whenever I ran a test. Someone then told me early 2013 that the local name was yellow fever. It was then that I decided to inform my Mum in the Village because initially, I did not know how to explain the name to my parents.
I then called my Mum in my village in Enugu. I was surprised that she was clam and told me not to worry myself. She told me to come back to village that there was a trusted medicine that treats 'yellow fever' completely. And that people come from the big cities and abroad to collect the medicine regularly by referrals from their friends.
Out of frustration with conventional medicine, and because this was my own Mum, I decided to give it a trial. I went to my Village in Enugu to collect the medicine and took it as directed (made up of herbs, roots & leaves). I went to test after the treatment. Behold, there was no longer any trace of Hepatitis B in my system! The Lab Attendant was surprised and asked me what magic! I told her that we had a local medicine that treats Hepatitis B in my Village. She confided to me that the conventional treatment they gave people was for the management and not complete cure of the sickness.
The interesting part of this story is that the Lab started bombarding me with request to get the medicine for their patients. (that is after collecting huge sums from the patients in the name of treatment) Initially I was reluctant because of the stress involved, but I later caved in.
I had no idea of medicine before then, but that was how I was transformed into an unwilling medicine man! Some who live in the South will call and I will direct them to my village or arrange for the medicine to be sent to them. Others who stay here in the North will call and I will make arrangements for the medicine for them. I have so far helped more than 60 patients to get treated.
I am only helping people because I nearly lost my life to this disease. Most of them usually take me out to buy me beer after they got well. Some who would not touch beer will say, big thank you to me. And the Medicine man will always bring me palm wine and bush meat any time I traveled home because of the number of patients I sent him or medicines I order from him.

SOURCE: https://hepatitisdesk.blogspot.com.ng/[/quote
This cannot be true. Show uz yhe before and after test results. Hep B is virus and on ce you test positive, u can never be negative
Re: My Encounter And Victory Over The Deadly Hepatitis B by kudosamass(m): 10:17pm On Aug 04, 2018
[quote author=Wazzap post=69989230][/quote]

@wazzap, I am not under any obligation to show you my medical report because I am not selling you anything. I am only an advocate creating awareness on the dangers of HBV. I am not selling medicine, neither am I a medical expert. But it is good to inform you that HBV most of the time go away on its own without even taking any medication. So, do yourself a favour by researching more about HBV. Thank you.

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Re: My Encounter And Victory Over The Deadly Hepatitis B by Cassie74: 2:09am On Aug 11, 2018
Hi...Pls I need to talk to you about hepatitis... I need to help someone out... Do you do emails or Whatsapp.... Pls let me know the one you prefer? Cheers and tnx
Re: My Encounter And Victory Over The Deadly Hepatitis B by kudosamass(m): 9:17am On Aug 22, 2018
Cassie74:
Hi...Pls I need to talk to you about hepatitis... I need to help someone out... Do you do emails or Whatsapp.... Pls let me know the one you prefer? Cheers and tnx
See my signature below for my contact
Re: My Encounter And Victory Over The Deadly Hepatitis B by Nickymezor(f): 4:21pm On Jan 07
Gosh, its really a deadly disease..lost my sweet coz to it. Keep resting Tochukwu
Re: My Encounter And Victory Over The Deadly Hepatitis B by Intrepid01(m): 4:22pm On Jan 07
lykarealrose:
Can I get your contact? Two friends of mine are infected with it.

hello madam, was the Op able to help you if you contacted him at all..
Re: My Encounter And Victory Over The Deadly Hepatitis B by Jagaban880: 4:23pm On Jan 07
wat are the symptoms of hbv?
Re: My Encounter And Victory Over The Deadly Hepatitis B by November1973: 4:42pm On Jan 07
Dear OP,

can i have your email add pls.

NOVEMBER1973
Re: My Encounter And Victory Over The Deadly Hepatitis B by samyyoung1(m): 6:48pm On Jan 07
Why do I feel u wanna SCAM

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Re: My Encounter And Victory Over The Deadly Hepatitis B by PapiFlin(m): 10:05pm On Jan 22
samyyoung1:
Why do I feel u wanna SCAM


he does

hepatitis b and yellow fever are two different illnesses

I survived hepatitis b and it was just God
was on treatment for more than a year
Re: My Encounter And Victory Over The Deadly Hepatitis B by Rotex111(m): 12:06pm On May 16
PapiFlin:



he does

hepatitis b and yellow fever are two different illnesses

I survived hepatitis b and it was just God
was on treatment for more than a year
Please what are the steps u took in surviving hepatitis b. I'm in same shoes presently. please help
Re: My Encounter And Victory Over The Deadly Hepatitis B by nickdoc(m): 12:48pm On May 16
Never believe that Hepatitis B is not curable, it is 100% curable.

Nature has solutions to many illnesses that befall mankind.

There are many herbs that have been proved scientifically to be super effective against the virus, eg phallantus amarus.

We offer total cure for Hepatitis B. We first send you drug that will last for one month free of charge.

This is to enable you to confirm the efficacy of our drug before any payment.

You make ur first part payment after the one month free drug. You pay the balance at the end of the treatment.

The treatment last for four months at most.

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Re: My Encounter And Victory Over The Deadly Hepatitis B by PapiFlin(m): 7:05pm On May 16
Rotex111:
Please what are the steps u took in surviving hepatitis b. I'm in same shoes presently. please help



deeply sorry about that. I was still a child then (about 10-11) so I'd help out with what I can remember. I was rushed down to a private hospital after serious vomiting, felt like I was gonna pass on that night. Was admitted there for about two weeks plus and also placed on drip and many test I had no idea of. After I was discharged a senior family member who's a doctor felt I wasn't well enough and took me down to UBTH. I was examined by more than 5 doctors and one thing that was constantly said was that at the level I was at I was lucky to be alive (even from the private hospital). Same processes were repeated, but I wasn't admitted. Just series of test and I was given several drugs. Treatment lasted for more than a year my brother and during that time I wasn't allowed to eat any food with oil in it. Was set free after the test showed I was clear. This is my very brief timeline of events that happened. I know it wasn't well constructed and detailed but I hope it helps in any small way. And my brother pray to GOD hold him tight I was little then but I know what I'm saying. I hope you get through this.

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