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HBV TO TREAT OR NOT
I have tested ;
hbsag - positive
hbeab  - positive
LFT- normal
PCR HEP B QUANT- 128 cps/ml,  22 iu/ml, 2.11 log
a doctor recommend livolin and silybon while another recommend anti viral theraphy  . which option is the best
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antiviral are useless for you, your hbvdna is already close to undetectable and that s the only thing antivirals can do

you should check your hbsag quantity and hbv genotype and if hbsag is less than 1000iu/ml use peginterferon to cure hbv once and for all
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thanks steff11 . u have gave me rest of mind.
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monitor also liver damage by fibroscan, there should be none but better check
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PLEASE WHY THIS RISE
my HEP B DNA PCR rose from 37iu/ml to 174iu/ml in 3 months.
while hbsab - from 5.7iu/ml to 6.1iu/ml
hbeag still neg
hbsag was 10341 iu/ml 3 months ago
still awaiting the current result of hbsag quantification.

what is the best treatment for now thanks
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The rise is not significant as viral load fluctuate as long you have it under 2000 iu then you are fine
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is it common that someone has HBsAg and also some HBsAb ?
is it because he was HBeAg+ a month ago ?
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