|HEP- PROFILE RESULT
May 9, 2010
I am so thankful to found this site, and I am hoping that you could help me interpret this result which bothers me and make me feel crazy of what I have to do. Please help... Hepatitis Profile w/ HCV HBsAG w/Titer (eclia) 0.446 c.o.v. 1.000 non reactive Anti HBs (eclia)<2.00 iu/l c.o.v. 10.000 non reactive HBeAG (eclia) 0.102 c.o.v.1.000 non reactive Anti HBe (eclia) 1.590 c.o.v non reactive Anti-HAV 1gM (eclia) 0.340 non reactive Anti Hbc 1 gG (eclia) 2.270 non reactive Anti HCV (eclia) 0.093 non reactive NOTE: IMMUNOLOGY: Specimen checked, Result/s verified AHBc 1gG, AHBe results below the cut off value (C.O.V) is/are considered reactive
Pls reply to this question if I have HEPA or what does this result mean?
I would appreciate to hear from you the soonest.
| Response from Dr. McGovern
All your screening tests are negative. If you are at risk for hepatitis A or B you can be vaccinated. The CDC website lists all the risk factors for these infections and can be found at cdc.gov
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