|HBeAg reactive,,anti HBe non reactive
Mar 25, 2012
HBeAg reactive,,anti HBe non reactive....what does it mean.....please help me to understand
| Response from Dr. McGovern
This only helps your doctor understand more about your HBV infection. If you are eAg reactive, then if you start treatment, your doctor will follow this test to see if you lose your eAg positivity. That would be a good sign.
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