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HBV Viral Load
Nov 19, 2011

could like to ask the following result: HBsAG 9985 IU/ML HBsAG w/titer (CMIA) - 2866.200 - Reactive Anti HBs - 0.00 -Non reactive HBeAG -1.612 - Gray zone Anti HBe - 1.300 - non reactive Anti HBC Igm - 0.050 - non reactive Anti HBC Total - 13.190 - Reactive

HBV viral Load - 60 IU/ML

what does it mean? what is the normal HBV viral load? please advice. I'm getting confused and worried about the result.

Response from Dr. Holodniy

That is a low viral load, and likely indicates chronic infection. The viral load can range from 10 to > 100 million.



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