|Please Interpret my HEPA B Profile Test Result
Mar 16, 2007
HBs Ag (+) ABS = 2340.83 Reactive Anti HBs (+) Abs = 5.16 Non Reactive HBe Ag (+) Abs = 15.11 Reactive Anti-Hbe (x) Abs = 306.81 None Reactive Anti-HBc (x) G Abs 20.68 Reactive Anti-HBc (+)M Abs = 62.63 Non Reactive Anti-HAV G (x) Abs = 18.16 Reactive Anti-HAV M(+) Abs 18.08 Non Reactive
Response from Dr. McGovern
It appears that you have chronic hepatitis B e antigen positive infection.
I would obtain liver function tests every 3 to 6 months to see how active your tests are. I would also consider a liver biopsy and an HBV DNA test to see if there is virus in your blood.
You have evidence of past hepatitis A infection, which does not cause chronic liver disease.
hepb+ (e -)it is infectious?
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