Please post your previous history: diagnosed since when. Tests done so far. Get following tests done:
HBsAg quantitative by abbot architect method
Although hbvdna is not too high, and ALT is low, maybe your liver is fine, but to be sure of where you stand, get the above tests done.
Thank you so much,i was worried if situations were getting worse, as my Hbvdna has always been in d range of 1000 i was diagonised 5yrs ago, discovered during my routine blood test during pregnancy. I have done the liver scan and my liver is fine, i dont know about Liver fibroscan. The Hep B surface Ag-detected,Hep Be Ag- not detected,Hep Be Ab- Detected, Hep B core lgm- Not detected. I do a routine check every 6mths, and the last test was done 2wks ago. hbvdna has come down to 1400, ALT 17. Can you advice pls, i really wish i can get rid of this virus, or what can i do pls. I was diagnosed as low viral load.
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