Im just worried, my wife is in Canada now, she applied for us as dependents but my Hepatitis B result is reactive with the DNA quantitation of more than 40,000,000 copies but all my other results are normal, kidney, sugar etc. even an ultra sound of my liver shows normal.
I am referred to a specialist for medications, which i will do next week.. Very worried if this can be the cause of a denial of our application for residency.
Thank you very much. Your reply means a lot to me.
Hep B Surface Antigen - Reactive
SGPT / ALT - 164 U/L
All the rest normal:
an ultra sound of my liver also normal
10yrs ago i had been positive and took zeffix as medications but it had been stopped after a year or two. My father died of liver cirrhosis and same with some of my uncles and aunts on my father side. It runs on my family.
My family doctor gave Godex as vitamins to take daily but referred me to the specialist for medication and management. So i will go back to my specialist.
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