Hepa B Wife Lab test Resultz
Feb 11, 2007
Hi doc, I would like to ask on the result of my wife's hepa b lab test result.
AHCVA - 0.37, non reactive
Igm AHAA - 0.363, non reactive
AHBCA - 0.011, reactive
AHBeA, 6.3, non-reactive
HBeA, 1453, reactive
AHBSA, 2, non reactive
HBSA, 590.7, reactive
Is my wife a chronic carrier, is she a infectious carrier, What treatment would be appropriate for her.
Please need your answer to help us.
Response from Dr. McGovern
From what I can decipher, I suspect your wife has Hepatitis B surface antigen Hepatitis B e antigen Hepatitis B core antibody
If this is correct, then your wife is a chronic carrier of hepatitis B. The next step is to have a good physical examination and laboratories for hepatitis B DNA (viral load) and liver function tests (ALT and AST). Recommendations for treatment are usually made over time after serial monitoring.
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