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plzzz helpp mee
Jul 24, 2005

hey i mailed u earler as well but din get replyy im really wworried plzz reply me,i mentioned that i had my dna for hepb positive nad i took medications for it and my dna became negitive just after a month then i went for my hep b profile and my antigen was postitve hep b antibody negitive hep b core antibody reactive hep b core antibody igm non reactive

hep be antigen reactive hep be antiboday non reactive ... is it like my profile should change after the dna comming negitve but the thing is it hasnt changed ?? what should i do.... im reaaly worried is it like dangerous or somthing plzz help mee

Response from Dr. McGovern

There is nothing "dangerous" here. It simply reflects that you are a chronic carrier of hepatitis B with excellent viral suppression since you told us before your virus was controlled with medications. It would be even better if your e antigen would turn negative, but they may still come with time.

I would stay on the medication with the close follow-up with your physician and continue to monitor your bloods for loss of e antigen. Good luck!

Dr. McGovern



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