i live in Canada I have been diagnosed as chronic HbV since 1995.Since that time I am still tested HbsAg positive My tests results were as following
1995 HBsAg positive 131S/N
2004 Everything remain the same except the
HBsAg positive 24.09 S/N
What are these 2 results means?
Is my HBV condition getting better now?
My doctor said that HBsAg < 2.0 S/N is considered HBV negative. If my future results fall below 2.0 S/N , does it mean I am free of HBV?
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Can you get your viral load test done and post it in this forum ? Also what are your AST/ALT readings ? Are you taking any medication ?
Hi cuteus - this is a forum for HBV not HCV. There are few members who monitor this forum and try to provide their input. Everyone should check with their doctors, but there is valuable information provided by some members.
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