Recently i got hospitalized for malaria. while they performed the blood test they identified HBsAG Positive. Then i did a private test in Apollo hospital a well know hospital in Chennai,India. Result came as
HBsAg Positive[>250 IU/ML]. Then i consulted with the gastroligist doctor he recommended to take HBsAg Quantification Test. I did it. Again Result came as
HBV Viral load 51 IU/ML.
Iam so much worried. Can i cure this virus. what i have to do. Is there any medicine that can bring HBsAg Negative.
I drink only beer in weekends not more than 2 or 3. Smoking daily 1. I dont have control over food. All other test what i did all came normal study. Even i did scan my stomach ULTRA SOUND Scan. Result came kidney liver everthing is normal. Can you help me. All my family member did test for HBsAG all came negative. Iam married got a kid. They are vaccined now. after my test came Positive.
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