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Hepatits B
Dec 4, 2007

My blood test results had Globulin 37g/l & ALT 51u/l, Be-Ag -, Be-Ab -, Anti Hbcore +. All other liver test normal, except decrease in white blood cells. Please explain what my results mean and what sholud I does to increase my white blood cells to normal. I had weight loss and now I have started taking whey protein to improve my body mass & immunity.

Response from Dr. McGovern

You need another blood test for hepatitis B called a Hepatitis B surface antigen. Your profile is incomplete. If this is positive then you need a HBV DNA test.



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