It looks like you have liver inflammation (increased ALT)...but nothing to worry too much.
If you haven't done it already, you shall do the following tests:
- Fibroscan or Fibrotest
- HBV DNA
- Hbsaq quantitatively (if possible)
- Ultrasound or MRI of your liver
Based on these you might either discover that you need a close (probably 3-monthly) monitoring...or perhaps start with treatment.
yes, I know.. on the internet Fibromax is a mix of (FibroTest + SteatoTest + NashTest) that is what I find out. but it didn't showed me fibrosis stage of the liver.. my blood test were ok until this virus came along...so sad you can't clear it to easy... I would to this month the hbv dna and if needed the fibrotest too... hope it will turn out ok
I see. Then probably the blood parameters from your tests need to be put into an equation to calculate whether you have any fibrosis or not.
Maybe someone more knowledgeable could give you an easy answer....
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