Feb 5, 2009
Hello. I have the following values that may be out of the ordinary in a recent blood test: Anti-HBs - 202.00 IU/L, Anti-HBe - 0.750, Anti-HAV(IgG) - 0.585. All the other markers (HBsAg - 0.008, HBeAg - 0.125, Anti-HBc(IgM) - 0.100, Anti-HBc(IgG) - 0.145, Anti-HAV(IgM) - 0.329, Anti-HCV - 0.015) are well below reactive levels. Can you please interpret these results for me? Thank you.
| Response from Dr. McGovern
Your blood tests indicate protection against Hepatitis A and B.
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