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HEP B LAB #S
Aug 2, 2009

Thank you for your time. Can you please interpret the following lab results? How much would these results contribute to fatigue?

Can you explain my hepatitis labs? Explain each and aggregate conclusion? (Labs a/o 4/15/2009).

Hep A Virus Ab IgG - *A Reactive Hep A Virus, IgM - *Negative Hep B Core Ab IgG - * A Reactive Hep B Core, IgM - * Negative Hep B Surface Ab - * Negative Hep B Surface Ag - * A Reactive Hep B Surface Antigen - * A Confirm Hep Be Antigen *H 5030 HBDNAQTPCcop/mL *H 10600

I can't get a coherent answer from my health care providers.

Response from Dr. Holodniy

You have been exposed to and cleared hepatitis A virus infection. You are chronically infected with hepatitis b virus infection.



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