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HbsAg, HbeAg, Anti-HBe Lab Result
Hi Everyone,

May i re-post this question as i had an incomplete last time?

In 2008, i had undergone the Hepa Profile test and got this summary result.

REMARKS: (SC) *HBSAG-POSITIVE (PV=0.798 COV = 0.054), CALCIFIED BLOOD VESSEL IN THE RIGHT PERIHILAR REGION.

All i understood from the doctor was that I have Hepa B. I was later checked as non-contagious, she said a healthy carrier.

Then, just last week Dec 17, 2012, i had done another test to check if the virus is still there or if it rises or not.

The results were these.
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HBsAG: NONREACTIVE
PATIENTS COUNT:0.42
CUT-OFF VALUE:1.0

HBeAG: NONREACTIVE
PATIENTS COUNT: 0.26
CUT OFF VALUE : 1.0

Anti-HBe: NON REACTIVE
PATIENTS COUNT : 1.169
CUT OFF VALUE : 1.0
There is a note though under Anti-HBe as follows: ANTI-HBE RESULT B.THE CUT-OFF VALUE IS CONSIDERED REACTIVE.

My SGOT is 20.7(up to 38)
my SGPT is 19.4 (up to 41)
My ALP is 68.4 (40-129)

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Now, I'd like to know the significance of my being positive before and non-reactive HbsAG today? does it mean, im cured or the virus has weaken/gone?

For the past 4 years, i had no other prayer but to get better at least if not at the best condition.if this means the virus is really gone,and that I am totally clear, i will be so thankful to HIM for hearing my prayer..

Please help me understand.

Thanks
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