sory for my english.
sir I was hepatitis b diagnosis 2006 . in 2006 my blood report as under .HBs postive (397.07) PCR (DND) no viral load LFT all enzamy normal without SGPT 41 IU/L. Ultrasound Liver was echogenicity dr Advice me you take ribavirin 2 month . i was taking ribavirin after 2 month my SGPT 26. and i was stop this medicin. After Date 2013.01.3. My PCR (DND) viral load 15080 IU/ML. Lft SGPT 54 all enzam normal . serum creatinine 0.75 mg/dl... normal rang 0.7-1.2 . Urea Blood 10mg/dl.... normal rang 15-50. CBC. ESR Normocytic Normochromic HDV - Ulterasound Liver Hyperecohic. again Dr advice me you take Entecavir 0.5mg . i was taking 3 month ETV and i was Taking more Blood Reort , Hbe early antigen negative LFt Sgpt 25 . Haemoglobin....... 15.4gml/dl..... normal rang 14.-18.0 Haematocrit.... 45.6 normal rang ....42-52. and i was taking ETV 18 month after 18 month My PRC (DNA) no viral Load . now dr Advice my you take entecavir life time. now i am 31 years old
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