off label treatment (i mean off label, not experimental) in hbv research center:
entecavir (baraclude) 0.5mg+nitazoxanide (alinia) 1500mg, when hbsag lowers to 1000-1500iu/ml we add stagger peginterferon to boost hbsag decrease and gain seroconversion or improve immune control by low hbsag
my name is raheel, i have hepatis B since 2001 this is date on which i had knew about it through my blood test in lab.
My latest lab analysis with date are:
ALT= 76 IU/L (23-Jan-2016)
HBsAg = 2354.68 IU/L (24-Jan-2016)
HBV DNA= Not Detected (35 IU/ML)
HBeAg = Negative (0.018 IU/ML) (18-May-2012)
ANTI HBe = Positive (0.024 IU/ML) (18-May-2012)
From 5-Nov-2015 I using entevir 0.5mg tablet per day. I want to reduce my HBsAg level but unfortunately i have no baseline value of HBsAg when i start using entevir. Looking forward to your response is it possible to reduce the value of HBsAg till its negativity.
My test results conducted today (6th Jan 2016) are given below.
a. HbsAg - 4148 IU/ml (came down from 5298 without any medication in 3.5 years)
b. VitD25OH - 10.4 ng/ml.
1. Can you please suggest me the medication?
2. How much Vit d3 should I take?
3. If VitD25OH is high enough, will HbsAg go down and become negative?
4. My body mass index (BMI) is 31. Is there any relation between high BMI and low vit D?
Thanks a lot stef...
I am hep b since birth with e antigen negative. Since last year, my liver function became abnormal. ALT is 290 last week and aging to doctoe in two days. Fibrosis is 3.7 in Feb this year however they found hemangioma 1cm last week on ultrasound. Which drug should I take? Tenofovir?
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