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Apr 17, 2010

helo im 23 yrs old... i found out that i was hepa b reactive 5yrs ago.... i was pregnant last 2007 and i told my doctor about my case.. she then instruct me to have blood test..this was the results of my test. examination:

normal value: result: anti-HBs less than 10 mIU/ml <3.0 mIU/ml

test: method: Result: HbeAg ICT INTEC Reactive

please help me understand this results.. when i got my husband check the result was non reactive.thank you so much..

am i dying or in anyway contagious? is there any cure for this? im worried bout my family and we're living with my inlaws will i separate myself from them? thank you very much..

Response from Dr. Holodniy

You will need some additional tests performed, but it appears likely that you have chronic HBV infection.

Atripla Failure Concerns
CD 4 dropping, do I start med's?

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