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Please save my brother???
Feb 11, 2007

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He was born in 1973. He is 34 years old male. Mongolian citizen. In 1981, when he was 8 years old, He first infected with hepatities C and treatened for long time. Later, In 1990, when he was 17 years old, the ill was repeated (hepatitis C). Because of ill his body was so weak during his child and adolescences years. When he was 30 years old, in 2003, he was again diseased Hepatities C and going under control of doctors.

14th September 2005

FQ-HCV-RNA <80 FQ-HVB-DNA <10 3 ELISA HBsAG (-) (+) HbsAb (-) (-) HBeAg (-) (-) HBeAg (-) (+) HBeA.B (-) (+) HBcA.B (-) (+)

7th January 2006

UREA 2.86mmdl/L CRE 0.49mg/dL

7th March 2006

FQ-HVC-RNA <80 FQ-HBV-DNA <1*103

3th July 2006

FQ-HVC-RNA <80

FQ-HBV-DNA <1*103

27th September 2006

AXSYM 3.70

FQ-HBV-DNA

1.71*103

21th Octomber 2006

FQ-HVC-RNA <80

2007-January-8

FQ-HBV-DNA <1*103

FQ-HVC-RNA < 80

Blood tests:

27th May, 2003

HBsAg- (++) AntiHCV (-) ASAT 83,7 ALAT 150,7

After the Bloodtest, he made a treatment with Interferon (Cuban) for once in two day, treatment lasted 60 days, (30 injection)

Blood test of the next years,

4th June, 2004

HBsAg- (++) AntiHCV (-) ASAT 90,2 ALAT 184,2

30th March 2005

HBsAg- (+) AntiHCV (+) ASAT 120,0 ALAT 138,7

21th July 2005

HBsAg- (++) AntiHCV (+) ASAT 89,2 ALAT 127,2

Thank You Doctor!

Response from Dr. McGovern

It looks like he cleared his hepatitis C but his HBV is active again. I would consider treatment since he has elevated liver function tests. He will want to discuss whether he should get a liver biopsy with his physician. I can't tell if he is e antigen negative because you have listed a negative and a positive but haven't told me which is his result. This will help determine his length of treatment. If he is positive, you will treat for six months after seroconversion (loss of e antigen and gain of antibody). If he is negative, he will need indefinite treatment.

There are many new medications to discuss with his doctor including entecavir.



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