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Apr 19, 2009

I am married and 34 years old and I have a child too so can u help me by explaining this blood tests? HIV_Ag_Ab negative, HBe_2 nonrreactive, AntiHBe_2 reactive 0.027, CORE REACTIVE 0.064, AUSAB NONREACTIVE, HBsAg REACTIVE 262.39, 1. What does it mean? 2. Is there any treatment and in what kind of doctor should I go? thank u!

Response from Dr. Holodniy

You have been exposed to Hepatitis B virus and this could represent acute or chronic infection. You need to consult a liver specialist.



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