Jun 28, 2005
here my test result.TP=77.07, GLOB=27.65 ,T-BIL=17.11 ,I-BIL=14.92 ,SGOT=18.99 , ALB=49.42 A/G=1.79, D-BIL=2.19 , SGPT=8.30. HEPA PROFILE; HbsAg - I>=0.13 Anti-HBs - nonreactive(<5) >12 mIU/ml HBeAg - nonreactive(0.00) I>0.1 Anti-Hbe -reactive (0.00) I<0.4 anti-HBc (IgM) equivocal (5) >10 PEIU/ml anti-HAV(Igm) I>=0.5 anti -HCV Anti-HBc (IgG/total) I>1.4:negative 1.0,I<1.4:equivocal I<1.0: positive
AM I ENDANGER..PLS ADVICE ME WHAT TO DO..THANK YOU
| Response from Dr. McGovern
I am afraid to give you advice based on these numbers because they don't seem to make sense. Some of the lab results I think you have posted are reference ranges for the lab result and not the result itself. Your bilirubin is extremely high which would go along with jaundice. If this is truly the case, you must be in close medical followup and should discuss your lab results with your physician so you can have a full understanding of your case.
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