I'm 21 years old, married, and a mother to a four year old little boy named Ethan. I am pregnant with our second child when i found out that i have chronic hep B. The symptoms I have been having are: dark urine, extreme fatigue, and INSANE itching, especially on my legs. My OBGYN doesn't think i should see a specialist unitl after the baby is born, because even if i do have a high viral load or liver enzymes, that they couldn't treat me until I give birth anyway. I'm scared about my progress not being followed. Is there any risk to the baby if my viral load or liver enzymes are high? And shouldn't SOMEONE be monitoring this while I'm pregnant??? I've never dealt with this before, so I'm very lost as to what I should be doing. Any advice would be appreciated!!
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