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Hepatitis B
Sep 22, 2007

Please help me,What is the meaning of my result. Is there any way to become Hepa B non reactive?. Here are my result:HBsAg cut off value is .770 patient count 1.566 result reactive Anti-HBs cut off value .740 patient count .388 result negative HBeAg cut off value .830 patient count .348 result negative Anti-HBe cut off value .990 patien count .372 result reactive Anti-HBc IgG cut off value .780 patient count .353 result reactive Anti-HAV IgM cut off value .810 patient count .355 result negative

Response from Dr. McGovern

Your reactive hepatitis B e antibody is reasuring. I would check liver function tests and HBV DNA levels to determine if you have virus in your blood or if you are an "inactive" carrier. I suspect the latter.

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