Jun 6, 2009
I am almost five months pregnant, my doc calls me to tell me that I tested positive for Hep B. And that I have the virus. I am a med lab tech and when I went over my labs they didnt make sense to me, can you interpret them. HBsAg screen: negative Hep BE Ag: negative Hep B Core Ab, IgM: negative Hep B Core Ab, Tot: negative Hep Be Ab: negative Hep B Surface Ab: >100
| Response from Dr. Holodniy
These lab results only indicate evidence of HBV surface antibodies or likely immunity. You must ask your doctor what he means by tested positive for HBV.
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