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My test (Hepatitis B)
Jun 21, 2004

please/what does it mean? Hep A AB (IgG+IgM) - positive (compatible with previous infection or immunization to Hepatitis A) 2) Hep Bs Antigen - positive (repeated and confirmed. Compatible with acute or chronic Hepatitis B infection) 3) Hep Bs Antibody - 27.6 immune 4)Antibody to Hepatitis B core antigen (HBcAb) POS. 5)HBV DNA Roche Molec.Systems (Quantitation below test dilution limit) HepB-HBeAgMEIA (NonReaction) HepB-Anti-HBe MEAI (reactive) 6) Hepatitis B Viral DNA below test dilution limit (<5000c/ml) Doctor sayd,.. looks good. And I've repeat blood test again after 3-4 mounth. And we will see....

please explaine for me more. I'll wait your answer. Thank You very much

Response from Dr. Dieterich

Looks like you had hepatitis B and now you are immune to it. The same is true for hepatitis A. You had it and are now better. It all sounds good. Stay well! Ask your doc to test you for hepatitis C too! DTD

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