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Hipatitis B infection status.

Please Help me interpret my Hapatitis Panel Results:

HBsAg w/ Titer (ECLIA)
    Result : 3424.00
    C.O.Value : 1.00
    Comments: Reactive

Anti HBs (ECLIA)
    Result : <2.00 IU/L
    C.O.Value : 10.00
    Comments: Non Reactive

HBeAg (ECLIA)
    Result : 0.109
    C.O.Value : 1.00
    Comments: Non Reactive

Anti HBe (ECLIA)
    Result : 0.004
    C.O.Value : 1.00
    Comments: Reactive

Anti-HAV IgM (ECLIA)
    Result : 0.321
    C.O.Value : 1.00
    Comments: Non Reactive

Anti HBc IgG (ECLIA)
    Result : 0.009
    C.O.Value : 1.00
    Comments: Reactive

Anti HCV (MEIA)
    Result : 0.380
    C.O.Value : 1.00
    Comments: Non Reactive

Note: IMMUNOLOGY: Specimen checked. Results verified. AHBc IgG, AHBe result/s below the cut-off value (C. O. V) is/are considered REACTIVE.

What is the status of my Hipatitis B infection?
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Based on your labs posted, you have HepB as your HBsAG is reactive and surface antibodies is non-reactive.  

It looks like you already seroconverted to HBeAB, which is good.  Mostly this means you've become an chronic HepB inactive carrier.  But not in all cases, you need to check your HepB DNA count (under 10,000 copies is good) and ALT / AST level (ideally in the 20  and 30s).

As for your other post  re: ALT.  ALT is a marker for enzymes in your blood.  These enzymes are in your liver cells, when liver cells gets damage, the enzymes are leaked into your blood, increase the ALT numbers, which is not good.  Again, best to have ALT in the 20's and 30's.

You need to monitor your condition.  Work with your doctor on this.

Hope this helps.  Good luck.  
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If you don't convert to the surface antibodies in a 6 months period, you are likely become an chronic carrier, which means you are unlikely to convert, period.  

Meds is not usually recommended unless your ALT / AST is elevated and your viral DNA is high.  Some doctors feel 10,000 DNA copies is high.  My doctor considers 1000 copies high.  

Good luck to you, to us, HepB people :)
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Thanks steven. That's what actually the doctor said to me. But the MD did'nt give any medication even I have a cronic (chronic) hep B. He give me another 3 months whether my hep B will become Negative. Because he believes that my hep B is converting to Anti HBs late. Am just afraid with the time frame that may cause damage to my liver if my hep B will not convert to  Anti HBs.

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