|PLEASE HELP ME. . .
Jun 28, 2009
Please interpret my HIV Panel result, HBsAg w/ Titer (ECLIA) 1992.00 C.O.V. 1,000 REACTIVE Anti HBs (ECLIA) <2.00 IU/L C.O.V. 10,000 NON-REACTIVE HBeAg (ECLIA) 0.105 C.O.V. NON-REACTIVE Anti HBe (ECLIA) 0.003 C.O.V. 1,000 REACTIVE Anti-HAV 1gM (ECLIA) 0.314 C.O.V. 1,000.00 NON-REACTIVE Anti HBc 1gG (ECLIA) 0.007 C.O.V. 1,000.00 REACTIVE Anti HCV (ECLIA) 0.057 C.O.V. 1,000 NON-REACTIVE
Please help me, I'm going abroad next month but I my documents are on pending because of this result.
Do I have still a chance . . . I am badly in need of your positive answer, please help me
Response from Dr. McGovern
You have evidence of chronic hepatitis B. However, it is unclear if it is active or inactive. A HBV DNA test would help you determine this.
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