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Hep B DNA, Ser, Qn, PCR

My value on this test result (Hep B DNA, Ser, Qn, PCR)  was 1000000000 <=100-  IU/mL.

Every other test (there were at least 15) came back within normal ranges.

What does this test result mean to me. There was no explanation or ranges given.

Thanks
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you are immune tollerant if also alt are normal, it is the best phase of hbv infection, there is no immune reaction and so no liver damage

the virus makes no damage to liver or human body, it is the immune system reaction to make the damage, so as long as this immune tollerance phase lasts you are perfectly healthy and doon t need to bother about virus

the immune system reaction usually happens between 20 and 30 yo but some can have this phase until older age
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