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HbsAg Lab test
I was diagnosed with Hepatitis B in 2004.  Today, I did the lab test to find out the following results:

Anti-HBsAg            0.44      Nonreactive
Anti-HBeAg            0.02      Positive
Anti-HBcAg IgM     0.07      Non-Reactive

What does the results indicate ?
Is it a sign of recovery or it still needs further medication ?  

Can someone throw light on this ?
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From your results, it seems you are still chronic Hepatitis B. You do not have antibody to the Surface antigen. You have antibody to the E antigen.

You will still need monitoring to determine whether treatment is needed or not.
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