|HBsAg non reactive non infection
Jun 7, 2006
good day! HBsAg non reactive non infection Hepa B, what does it mean? Is lamivudine and interferon-alpha are good treatment for this? tnx. jun, 31 yrs old
Response from Dr. McGovern
If your hepatitis B surface antigen is non-reactive, you do NOT have chronic hepatitis B.
If you are at risk, please get vaccinated.
High SGOT and SGPT Counts
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