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Jun 8, 2008

my wife test report shows hbsag 152.79 positive, anti hbe 0.00 positive,hepatitis be antigen o.22 nonreactive, afp 4.14, hbv(quantative)pcr 06 iu/ml,ast 28,alt 52. is she passing through acute period of hbv or is she a chronic carrier.we did this test 6 weeks before .can she cleared this virus without the help of medicine.thanks in adv.

Response from Dr. McGovern

Acute infection should pass by six months. If this is chronic, you will know by then. You should also be tested and vaccinated if needed.



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