Hi! I saw your recent answer to one of the members...my husband was recently diagnosed with hepa b but we haven't gone to a specialist yet and the physican just gave him omega 3 vitamins. I just want to ask how to know if the hepa b is chronic or acute...here are the test results of my husband:
hepa b surface antigen - reactive
anti-HBs - non-reactive
Anti-HBC - reactive
HBE - Antigen - non reactive
ANTI HBE - reactive
ANTI HAVE (igg) - non reactive
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