|Hepatitis B HBV Load
Aug 14, 2011
I am a patient of Hepatitis B positive. I have received the HBV Quantitative Report. The result is 565IU/ml and Log10 is 2.097. What doe's it mean? How long it will take to reach the dangerous levels?
| Response from Dr. Holodniy
Both of those HBV viral load values are expressing the same number in a different mathematical way, and indicate your viral load is very low. The viral load could stay low like for a long time or increase over time. This is hard to predict. However, having a very low viral load like that can still result in ongoing damage to the liver. You should consult with a liver specialist as to the best course of action.
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