|pls give me some idea about this
Jul 30, 2005
i got my labtests results lately.this are the results: hbs ag- reactive hbs ab- negative what does it mean?
| Response from Dr. McGovern
It may mean that you have acute or chronic hepatitis B. You need to have more blood tests - hepatitis B core IgM and IgG, hepatitis E antigen, e antibody, HBV DNA and liver function tests and repeat hepatitis B surface antigen before anything can be concluded.
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