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Hep B test results
Oct 6, 2006

Hi!A few years ago I found out I had chronic Hep B. I took Interferon for 1 year which lowered my HBV DNA levels ( were 620,000,000- now they r 260,000) My last lab results were HbsAg-Reactive AUSAB(???)-Negative HCV_3-Nonreactive COREM-Negative CORE-Reactive

The tests before last said also : AntiHBe_2--Reactive HBe_2--Nonreactive

Am I still contagious? Can you please help me understand them? Thank you.

Response from Dr. Holodniy

Yes, you still have detectable HBV DNA and therefore infectious virus in your blood.



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