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HBsAg Reactive
Dec 1, 2007

i have this result reactive in HBsAg,but my test in HBeAg is non reactive having the value of .003. what is the implication of this result. will this be a threathening to my health? contagious or not? what is the best and easy wat treatment of this. Thank you.

Response from Dr. McGovern

The more important issue is whether or not you have virus in your blood. Ask your doc to check a HBV DNA and ALT.



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