Do I need treatment for Hepatitis B? My test data are as follows:
Hipatitis B Surface Antibody QL: Non-reactive
Hipatitis B core AB Total: Reactive
Hipatitis BE Antigen: Non-reactive
Hipatitis BE Antibody: Reactive
Hipatitis B Surface Antigen: Reactive
Hipatitis B Viral DNA
HEP B Viral DNA IU/ML: 213000
HEP B Viral DNA COPIES/ML: 589632
AST: 24 U/T
ALLT: 22 U/T
Alpha-Fetoprotien tumor marker: 2.2 ng/mL
Liver function: Normal
I would say TREAT since the goal of treatment for chronic e-antigen negative HepB individuals is to supress the DNA to undectable. Your high DNA indicate that you have a active disease. ALT tends to fluctuate so normal range doesn't always mean that there is no liver cell damage.
i was infected with hep b past 2years i took indian ayurvedic treatment after every six month i tested it was postive in my third test Hbsag and DNA Hbv it came negative i tested recently HbsAg postive and DNA HBV it became negative what it means.I am going to marry my doctor said at present the result it will not affect (transmit) to ur wife but he suggested me take a hep b vaccine for my wife is this true.what is ur opinion
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