I am a Hepatitis B carrier, have a relative low virus count, and is currently taking Viread. Is CoolSculpting safe for me? When I did a search for CoolSculpting and Hepatitis, the only one that is related to it is an answer for Hepatitis C, regarding a medical condition called "cryoglobulins". I am not familiar with "cryoglobulins", is it a skin condition? If my skin is currently fine, does it mean it's ok for me to undergo CoolSculpting?
Is Coolsculpting Safe for Hepatitis B Carrier?
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Hepatitis B carrier and Sacramento Coolsculpting
Can have CoolSculpting if have hepatitis B
I am not aware of any contraindication between Hepatitis B and CoolSclpting. there shouldn't be a concern of cryoglobulins with coolSculpting and hepatitis B.
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Coolsculpting and Hepatitis B
There is no contraindication to having Coolsculpting if you are a Hepatitis B carrier and/or are undergoing treatment. It is always best to disclose any and all medical conditions you have or medications you are taking to whoever may be treating you, even if you feel like it may be unrelated.
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As long as you don't have any intolerance to cold, the hepatitis B should not be a concern for coolsculpting. Cryoglobulins are proteins in the blood which precipitate with cold and can cause problems as a result. They are found in a variety of autoimmune conditions but not usually hepatitis B infections or carrier states. There is a simple blood test for cryoglobulins which can be done if you are concerned.
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