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
"i got what you thought....you found high afp and thought it was cancer.afp is not a good marker for cancer it rises when there is inflammation and can be perfectly normal even if there is cancer, so the best thing to detect cancer is not..."
I am male. My age is ~ 40 years.
My data as follows -
HBsAg positive with HBV DNA <0.04 pg/ml (latest being 109 iu/ml), HBeAg -ve ,HBeAb +ve, LFT within range, Abdomen ultrasound normal.
HBsAg quantitative - 446.88 iu/ml
I read a note of yours that if HBsAg is < 1000 iu/ml, then attempt can be made to make it non-reactive.
If yes, please guide me. I will try my luck.
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