Jan 3, 2008
this is the result of my son's hepa profile; HBsAg:169.6 reactive, Anti-HBs:2.00 non-reactive, Anti-HBe:1.16 Non-reactive, Anti-HBc IgM:0.028 Non-reactive, Anti-HBc IgG:0.016 Reactive. Is this dangerous to him?what is the best way to cure him?
| Response from Dr. McGovern
Frankly you need more testing to determine if he has virus (active infection) or no virus (inactive carrier). You need a HBV DNA test and also liver function tests. Depending on the results, your son may need a biopsy to determine if he has disease.
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