I am a health educator (hepatitis and viral disease) and was referred to you by a MedHelp user. There is a fibroscan device available in Los Angeles that is a great alternative to liver biopsy to determine fibrosis staging. I am in the Los Angeles area (CA). Please let me know if this information would be helpful to you. The information site is http://www.fibroscanlosangeles.com
Sorry for late update.. As You said I had been in interf, simvastin, Vitd3 and alina for a year.. My interf got completed on 9th Jan 2014... As on Jan my hbsag was 14.75 iu/ml.. After that I was maintaining Simvastin and Vitd3.. Now since 3 weeks my hbsag is 7.71iu/ml.. there is no variation in values.. Please suggest me how to proceed from now...
good morning.....please tell me about hbe ag ...once hbeag can become negative is there any chance again to become positive. how many percentage chance is there to become the hbe ag value less than 1......... today i got my latest result .my hbe ag value is 3.4 .....my last value is 4.9.......my LFT is also normal. sgot----31
total protein ------6.8
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