Thanks for your information. Last one month when she was scanning, the result was negative. But last week she scanned again and the result is 16Ns at first Lab and 15Ns at another lab. We consulted with our doctor and we check again for HBsAb and HBsAg last night. But the result still not come out. Any ideas you want to advice.
The Last result is HBsAg 8.82Ns reactive and HBsAb(Titre) 0 mIU/ml negative. HBsAb 0 is very strange. Becoz last 3 year she already vaccinated. now I must accept the result becoz we already checked in 3 Lab. But why all three result are not the same. First it show 16Ns, Second 15Ns and the last is 8.82Ns. Is it the usual. What we need to care of living with Hep B. As for my last check HBsAg 0 negative and HBsAb >1000 positive. Is it possible to cure it. Thanks for everything.
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