|Hbsag reactive ..... please help!!!
Sep 12, 2010
patient value cut off hbsag 3191.00 1.00 reactive anti-hbs 2.490 10.00 non-reactive hbe-ag 0.128 1.00 non-reactive *anti-hbe 0.005 1.00 reactive *anti-hbc IgG 0.012 1.00 reactive anti-HAV IgM 0.537 1.00 non-reactive
sgpt 36.90 up to 41U/L
Response from Dr. McGovern
You have evidence of prior exposure to hepatitis B and probable chronic infection. You will need testing of HBV DNA to see if you have virus in your blood to see if you are an active or inactive carrier. You will also need serial testing to better determine your true hepatitis B status...Your liver function tests are near normal, but these will also need follow-up.
hep b and antibiotics
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