how heart disease cause urinary tract infection?

Heart disease has nothing at all to do with urinary tract infection. Urinary tract infections are caused by bacteria and can affect any part of the urinary tract, irrespective of heart condition. Hepatitis B too is an entirely different disease and has nothing to do with either heart disease or urinary tract infection.

Hepatitis B is caused by a virus that infects the liver, causing inflammation and impaired functioning. Although rarely fatal in itself, Hepatitis B can eventually lead to liver cirrhosis and liver cancer if it is chronic. In most adults however, the disease follows a natural course and does not require treatment. Meanwhile, ensure that you get adequate rest and avoid all alcohol and caffeine, as well as any other medication unless your doctor has prescribed it and is aware that you are suffering from Hepatitis B. Your liver will not be able to process these substances and may suffer further damage.

With Hepatitis B, you may experience nausea and a loss of appetite, but make sure that you get enough daily nourishment. Consume lots of fruits and fruit juices, as well as carbohydrates. Also make sure that you drink enough water. Maintain a moderate proportion of protein in your diet, and avoid fatty, oily food.

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