|What do my results mean?
Sep 13, 2013
My lab results are as follows: ANTI-HBS... POSITIVE (reference range: NEGATIVE) ANTI-HBS QUANT... >150 (reference range: 1.00-9999.00 mIU/mL) HEP A AB, TOTAL... POSITIVE/ABNORMAL.... (reference range: NEGATIVE) ANTI-HCV... NEGATIVE (reference range: NEGATIVE)
Response from Dr. Taylor
All good news! You are protected against hepatitis B and A. You do not have hepatitis C. NOTE if you could have been recently exposed to hepatitis C, the test may not yet have turned positive, so get retested in 6 months.
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