|HEPA B TEST PROFILE
Sep 9, 2007
Last month i was diagnosed with HEPA B i dont think that i have because there is no symptoms: this is me hepa b profile -HBsAG >3.00 reactive -Anti-HBs 0.308 non-reactive -HBeAG 0.292 non-reactive anti-HBe 0.900 non-reactive anti-HBclgG 0.352 reactive -Anti-HAV lgM0.309 non-reactive
my doctor give me a medicine (Essentiale forte)is this a good medicine? it is chronic hepatitis?
| Response from Dr. McGovern
I cannot tell if you need treatment since there is no measurement of the virus in your blood - eg a HBV DNA level; also there are no liver function tests to determine if there is any evidence of activity.
The medicine your doctor prescribed is not active against the Hepatitis B virus.
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