|What does this mean?
Jul 8, 2008
My daughter laboratory result were the following HBsAG reactive(3253) HBeAG non reactive (.092).Appreciate a reply Thanks.
| Response from Dr. McGovern
Your daughter has chronic infection or recent acute infection. I can't tell since she has only had a few blood tests. You need further blood work to sort this out (eg, HBV DNA, HBcore antibody IgM and IGG)
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