How Can HAV Be Avoided
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Tufts University School of MedicineAs for the hepatitis A - this probably means that in the past you were infected and cleared your infection. I doubt it is the reason for your elevated liver function tests. You will need further follow for this. If they stay elevated you will want... Read more »
Brown UniversityThe total antibody tells us if a person has been exposed to hepatitis A and if a person has had hepatitis A but does not tell us when this infection existed. The IgM tells us if the infection is current/recent. The HAV antibody is positive and HAV... Read more »
Brown UniversityFrom these results it sounds as though you do not have chronic hepatitis B nor A. However I cannot rule out a very new hepatitis B infection. Ideally next steps include vaccination against hepatitis A if possible, to protect you from a future... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 Replyim still waiting 3 month's to get tested, by the time the date comes i will be starting highschool, how can i avoid passing the virus to my friends and classmates in school?
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Posted by hopefulone, 4 Repliess there a way you can avoid or lesson the impact of lipodystrophy if on atripla? good diet and regular exercise? or regardless of exercise and diet youre going to change? Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 3 RepliesI live in a state that has mandatory HIV reporting.
My question is this,
Although the state where I live currently offers anonymous testing, to get treatment the test must be confidential. As a result of this requirement the result of the test, if... Read more »
Posted by Choosing2Liv, 5 RepliesI really appreciate reading so many of your posts that give hope and receiving encouraging messages from some of you who are going through many of things that I have or will go through.
Recently, I received a message from Mike that reminded me that... Read more »
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