LIVER FUNCTION TESTS
LFT Result unit Ref. range
AST 33.4u/l 5.0-40
ALT 36.3u/l 10-41
ALP 63.8u/l 35-105
GGT 17.2u/l 6-71
Total Protein 75.8g/l 66-87
Albumin 44.33g/l 35-52
Globulin 31.5 25-35
Bilirubin Total 13.5umol/l 1-17
Bilirubin direct 2.55umol/l 0-3.4
Indirect Bilirubin 11.0umol/l 1.5-14
you have acute hbv since that test is positive, acute hbv is cleared 95% times so you dont need to worry too much
to help immune system you can take vitamin d
vitamin c liposomal version
vitamin e 300 or 600iu daily
if you find these tests available in your country and they are free you can monitor by:
hbsag quant, hbvdna pcr, hbeab, hbsab if not just retest viral markers every 3 months and liver function every month.you will clear hbv in 95% probability with no relevant liver damage
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