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Hepatitis B test result
my lab test show
HBsAg=0.27 ...reactive for >1
HBeAg=1.02 .....reactive for >1
now am i affected by Hepatitis B virus?
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probably not but those tests are obsolete and do not detect all types of hbsag, repeat test by quantitative machines available since 2000 (your test is from decades ago technology)

the best machines for quantitative are: abbott architect or roches elecsys and detect almost all types of hbsag, there s also a siemens machine which s good but i dont remember the name

tests needed:
hbsag quantitative in iu/ml
hbsab
hbcab igg
hbcab igm
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