|Could you explain this Hep. B result to me
Nov 3, 2006
Dear Doctor Barbara, I have recently tested Hep. B positive. The result is as follows: HBs-Ag negative Anti-HBc positive ANti-HBs +43 HBe-Ag negative
1. Am I a chronic carrier of Hep. B 2. If so, what should I do in terms of treatment, eating habit and avoidance of transferance?
3. Does it mean that I have the potentiality of developing active/reactive Hep. B virus resurgence in the future? 4. If so, when approximately and how?
Thank you very much.
Response from Dr. McGovern
Good news. Since you are hepatitis B surface antigen negative, you do not have chronic disease. You cleared your infection.
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