Dear all i was diagonised for hepatitis b in 2010
Anti HBeag positive,
SGPT,SGOTwithin normal range 10-40 IU/mL ,Total billrubin, Alkaline Phosphate Liver ultrasonography are normal and alfa feto protein 2.91 ng/mL are always within normal range.
recently i have done HBSAG quantification
HBsag: 5980 iu/mL by abbot architect,
whether i need to take medicines or not pl suggest, also is it necessary to know HBV-DNA quantification as it cost more, and my doctor till date not prescribed any medicine
difficult to say anything from so little tests, if alt is less than 30 hbvdna is probably low but just a guess
the only thing you may try is lower hbsag by use of vit d3 making serum levels around 100ng/ml and checking calcium (serum and ionized) and urine calcium at least once a month.we dont know if this can work over the years to lower hbsag but vit d wont hurt if calcium stays normal.better use biotech d3 plus which has vit k2 included
i observe that the ALT is below 30 even below 25 at summer season and during rainy season it is between 30 to 35 and is it ok to take cod-liver oil to fulfill this requirement of vitamin D3 or fish once in a weak
it is ok to take cod liver oil, we always thought vit a in cod liver oil could be toxic but this is another lie from drug makers, researchers reported on a vit k2 video we just posted that it is only synthetic vit A to be toxic and not the natural one
in any case keep monitoring both d3 serum levels, calcium and ast-alt, we have no way to tell if cod liver oil d3 or d3 supplements is best...just be sure cod liver oil is purified from mercury/metals
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