I have been suffering from HB+ since 2 years, and taking Tenohep since 1.5 years, my current report is HBSAG (BY CLIA) >250 IU/ml but HBeAG negative, please suggest what does it mean and how much time it will more take to cure my disease permanently.
Get the test done for HBSag in iu/ml from ILBS ( institue of liver and billary science New delhi ) . The current results of your shows it is greater than 250iu/ml but does not show the exact value . Also get the HBV DNA & fibroscan done. The fibroscan will determine the health of your liver . .
If your hbsag is less than 1000iu/ml then you have very high chances of clearing the virus with interferon treatment .
helo i really need advice now...i am hsbAg positive i've know it last January 2014 and a repeat my test this 23 feb 2015...and i don't have any symptoms what should i do i am so worried about this and i am soo hopeless..my doctor said it stays on me and not curable... My last result >250(positive) ul/ml (< 0.05 negative) by clia method
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