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hepatitis profile
Aug 23, 2009

Hi..i just got a hepatitis profile and hope you can help me to analyze it... HBsag,confirmatory/ count 2.016/cut off 0.052 reactive Anti HBs / count 0.010/cut off 0.045 non reactive HbeAg / count 0.014/cut off 0.059 non reactive Anti Hbe(reverse method)/count 0.018/cut off 0.627 reactive Anti HAV Igm /count 0.150 /cut off 0.525 non reactive Anti HBc Igm /count 0.022 /cut off 0.528 non reactive Anti HCV /count 0.056 /cut off 0.156 non reactive

im looking forward for your answer..Thank you so much amd God bless....

from: AYA

Response from Dr. McGovern

Your hepatitis A test shows that you don't have new infection. However, to know if you have been exposed before or were immunized before, you will need a IgG test.

Your hepatitis B profile suggests some form of chronic infection. However, to know if it is active or inactive, you need a HBV DNA test to see if you have virus in your blood.

Your HCV test is non-reactive so you do not appear to have been exposed to this virus.

Milk OK? Calf's/chicken liver OK?
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