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Hepatitis B positive
Mar 30, 2013

Dear Dr., I HBS ag positive, and my DNA quantitive is 2150 IU/ML, HBe Ag- negative, HCV-negative, Liver and Kidney function is normal but healing duodenal ulcer.My doctor has not given any medicine but call me after 3 months with some other test. Is my condition is critical? It is curable or not? Please advice and help me because I am very tensed regarding this.

Response from Dr. Holodniy

You have chronic HBV infection with a very low HBV viral load. There is no urgency to start treatment. However, treatment may be recommended and you should have a very good response to it.



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