last Feb 2012,when I was diagnosed with Hep B chronic.I had following results..
- hbeag ,CMIA 7.20
anti hbe ,cmia 1.64
hbvdna 71 iu/ml
Anti Hbc total ,CMIA 9.85
sgpt 63 U/l
SGOT 41 U/l .......Now after around 1 year and 9 months.....I retested every thing and found the following results
I was expecting that being hbeag + , my virus would multiply.. But surprisingly it didnt.. can i expect seroconversion on its own? I am not taking any medicines. Just lots of cocunut water and very balanced diet with lots of green veggies. No non veg. Neither do i drink or smoke.
Secondly I french kissed my gf when she had 2 doses of vaccine. With such DNA count, can I infect her? Now she has completed her doses Just few days back. Its been 120+ days since this instance. Can she still have acute hep b with symptoms?
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