|Peculiar case Doc, pls helppppppppppppp
Apr 23, 2010
was hep b surface antigen +ve, DNA load 6000,e antigen and e antibody negative before started on treatment of entercavir in decemember.Became viral load negative after 1 month and still negative at 3 months.E antigen and e antibody still negative.Pls is it adviseable to stop treatment?
| Response from Dr. McGovern
No, I would suspect rapid rebound of virus if you did stop.
Would continue treatment and check HBeAb results about every 3 to 6 months to see if seroconversion has occurred.
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