Chronic Persistent Hepatitis Test
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University of Minnesota, School of MedicineThe rash associated with acute retroviral syndrome is usually transient sometimes lasting for hours to days. Many of the rashes associated with HIV are non=specific and occur in the general population. People with HIV have a large number of skin... Read more »
Harvard Medical SchoolBetween 5 to 10% of people who develop acute hepatitis B will become chronicallyinfected. Of those, 70% develop chronic persistent hepatitis (CPH) and 30% develop chronic active hepatitis (CAH). Although the only sure way to tell the difference is... Read more »
Fundacion Gatroenterologia De DiegoThe term "chronic hepatitis". is usually reserved to "chronic viral hepatitis"You say that your mother has no viral hepatitis diagnosed,so I assume, you are referring to chronic elevation of hepatic tests,or other abnormalities... Read more »
Brown UniversityThere are several different blood tests that tell us about hepatitis B virus infection. The test results you mention, the non-reactive HBeAg, and reactive Anti-HBc, do not answer the question of whether you have chronic hepatitis B. The eAg is a... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesHello. I have posted before and would like to ask again about symptoms. I have had for over 1 month now swollen glands on and off, fever daily, headache daily, fatigue, on going sinus infection. I have been to the doctors and have gone through the... Read more »
Posted by SRCHFRANS34So, fellow posters & experienced responders. Why is it that positive individuals and negative testers have such similar symptoms..?At approx. 6 MONTHS post possible exposure had Unigold instant blood :NEGATIVE , Elisa blood draw full panel... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesI thought it was pretty difficult to get hepatitis from a sexual encounter....should I worry about that? I have enough going on...don't need anything else. I am HIV negative. Should I worry about hepatitis or deal with what I have?
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyIf the symptoms of alleged ARS last longer than 1.5 months and are mild and chronic, does this mean I am progressing to AIDS straight away?
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