May 19, 2008
Hepatitis A&B Profile HBsAg w/titer(eclia) 0.441 NONREACTIVE Anti HBs(ECLIA)22.830 IU/L REACTIVE HBeAg(ECLIA)0.103 NONREACTIVE Anti HBe(ECLIA) 1.450 NONREACTIVE Anti HBc IgG(ECLIA) 1.870 NONREACTIVE Anti-HAV IgM(ECLIA) 0.271 NONREACTIVE
| Response from Dr. McGovern
Your hepatitis serologies suggest that you were vaccinated against HBV.
Your hepatitis A serology suggests that you do NOT have acute hepatitis A since your IgM would be positive. I cannot tell if you have had past exposure to hepatitis A, since this is measured with an IgG test.
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