|my hepa profile
Oct 4, 2009
Hi there I had a result where I was nonreactive with the HBsAg(0.398) while anti HBs (99.520) reactive, HBE AG result nonreactive (0.131), Anti-Hbe (0.008) reactive,Anti HBc IgC (0.008) reactive, and Anti-HBc IgM (1.680) what does this mean and my doctor told me to have essentiale forte. will i go back to a non reactive stage after a month or when should i have another test. thank you very much for your assistance.
| Response from Dr. McGovern
It looks like you had past infection with HBV due to a IgG core reactivity and surface antibody positivity. You do not need treatment because you cleared it (eg, you are nonreactive to HBsAg.)
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