intf effect will continue for at least another year and in sustained responders for 5 years and more, one thing is certain your immune cells are starting to sense hbv and producing cytokines to abolish replication
do you also have hbsag quant and hbeag quant or will do soon?in bergamo hbsag is about 7€ no need of prescription to make tests if you pay
How long were you on 135mcg G? Also, what are you on right now in term of supplement/diet?
Also, when you were on your first IFN Tx, were you on 180mcg?
I am currently on 90mcg because of the low platelets count.
Not sure when the Dr will allow me to up the dose. My ALT elevate from 50 to 131 max on the first 2 180mcg dose. Last weekly check up, it went down to 91. I will let nature take it's course. Maybe it's our BMI that dictate lower doses. I am 168cm/63kg. So we are both quite small.
wow 100iu/ml is definitely a strong immune response i hope this reflects on hbsag too, if it keeps dropping use of antivirals is useless and you may just monitor and keep d3 supplements or try another round of pegintf when hbsag/hbvdna stop the decline
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