|Hepa B Screen Test Result
Jan 31, 2010
I have undergone a hepatitis panel last Dec. 10, 2004 and here are the results:
Hepatitis B Surface Antigen - 5.690 - Reactive (confirmed) Antibody to Hepatitis B Surface Antigen - 0.100 -Nonreactive IgM Antibody to Hepatitis A Virus - 0.630 - Nonreactive IgM Antibody to Hepatitis B Core Antigen - 0.180-Nonreactive Hepatitis Be Antigen - 0.320 - Nonreactive Antibody to Hepatitis Be Antigen - 0.871-Reactive(confirmed) Antibody to Hepatitis C - 0.650 - Nonreactive
With these results, my doctor asked me to undergo ALT test, and my result was 36(range from 0-66).
The other day, January 25, 2010, I have undergone a HBsAg(Hepa B) test screening and my result was NON-REACTIVE.
Can you please explain to me what is happening with me?
Thank you and more power!
| Response from Dr. McGovern
Perhaps you were recently infected and have now cleared your infection. I would get further testing in about 3 months.
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