I have just join this community and have a query, which has become very important to me for immigration visa purpose...
About a year ago, when i have given blood donation to one of my office colleague reports state that HBV(Reactive)
When i consult to the doctor, he advise me to further detail investigation by HBV- Surface Antigen and PCR test, i then performed these test by the reliable lab in the country (AGA KHAN LAB) the test state the following results;
Name of Test Result
HBV surface Antigen Reactive (4007)
HBV by PCR Hepatitis B Virus DNA not detected.
My consultant asked me to not worry and further told me that you have a dead virus in your blood and it can not be reactive again.
But currently i have advice to medical test by Immigration authority Australia, as i have applied for immigration, i am worried that what would be in my case can i score positively in my medical test for immigration please share you doctrine in accordance with my case....
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