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what does "Hep A Ab Positive f reference range/negative mean?
Jun 23, 2010

what does "Hep A Ab Positive f reference range Negative

what does this mean?....Also on the report i have ....

Hep Bs Ab Positive Reference Range (blank)

can you please explain what this means....what type of hepatitis A and what type of hepatitis b it is? also, when i was in a car accident a while back i was told from an x-ray that i have a fatty liver...what does all this mean for me and what do i have to do to treat this? is there treatment? i am very very scared please help!!! - Loren

Response from Dr. McGovern

If the antibodies are positive, you have either been vaccinated in the past or you were exposed to both infections in the past.

With hepatitis A, it is hard to tell. It really doesn't matter though because hepatitis A does NOT cause chronic liver disease.

With hepatitis B, if all your other hepatitis test results are negative, then you were vaccinated.



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