|About Hep B
Mar 7, 2009
Good Day Dr..my bro was diagnosed of Hep B...the result was HBsAg with Titer 616.4 Reactive...what does this mean?...how serious is this?...the doctor suggested that he shuould have a HB Profile...thanks in advance Doctor..
Response from Dr. McGovern
All the HBsAg (hepatitis B surface antigen) tells you is that he has chronic infection. It does not tell you whether it is active or inactive.
Your doctor wants to get a panel of tests to get more information. Right now it is just too early.
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