|hepa test - i need to non active
Dec 1, 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, albumin 46.2, prothrombin control = 15 patient time = 44 activity = 34% INR = 3.5
what can i do to make my test negative because i need a fit to work in medical. please give me an advise
Response from Dr. McGovern
You will need to discuss this further with your physician. It appears that you have not had testing of your ALT/AST which tells you about liver inflammation and your HBV DNA which tells you how much virus is in your blood.
I know you have chronic infection by your reactive HBsAg test - I just don't know if it is active or inactive infection.
hep.c remaining non active
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