I am a case of Hepatitis B s Ag +ve but Hbs Eg negative with 11,958 viral load and the rest of my reports such LFT 12,scan is normal ,ALAT & SGPT are normal .There are 3 Gastroenterologist saw my reports and all of them cannot start anything for me because everything arenormal except the HBV DNA ,so what I did I go through internet and all the abstract about Liv 52 DS I read and started myself to take Liv 52 DS 2 tablets BD for 2 months from October 13,2009 to December 13,2009 and I checked my HBV DNA on December 26,2009 with the reports of 3,558 only and from December 14,2009 till present I'm taking 1 tablet 2x a day of Liv 52 DS and I'm planning till February 13,2010 to take and check again the HBV DNA ,the question is I am right and do you think I will be completely o load after 2 months please advice
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