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My HBSAG (BY CLIA) >250 IU/ml but HBeAG negative
Dear Sir / Madam,

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.

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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 .
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What were your HBV-DNA and SGPT/SGOT values before treatment?Have they normalized now?
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this question has a obvious answer, he is almost 2 years on tenofovir (Tenohep) so hbvdna is undetectable from a long time and this makes no difference to hbv clearance or is able to predict anything

the only useful test is hbsag quantitative before treatment and now, but he did not have this test.

his tenofovir cannot cure hbv, he may only try to add peginterferon to Tenohep and see if hbsag goes down
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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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