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HBSAG AND anti-hbs reactive results
I got the result of my hepa lab test and they're hbSag and anti-hbs reactive results. what does it mean? pls need some advice...
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HBsAg reactive = you have HBV
HBsAb reactive = you are immune.
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you are seroconverting, hbsag negative in a short period of time

you have the mutant for of hbv, the one due to antiviral resistance or got infected by a mutated form carrier of you naturally had the mutation

check hbvdna pcr, if hbvdna is high you have probably the mutated form
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