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My Serology test results

Hi Experts,

Pls help me interpret my latest results of hepa profile -

HBsAg              Reactive
Anti-HBs           Non-Reactive
HbeAG              Non-Reactive
Anti-Hbe            Reactive
Anti-Hbe G        Reactive
Anti-Hbe M        Non-reactive
Anti-HAV G       Reactive
Anti-HAV M       Non-Reactive

Hope to hear from you soon..thanks in advance

Avatar Guy
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HBsAg  Reactive, you need to chcìeck this in quantity in iu/ml
hbvdna pcr, you need to check this quantitty in iu/ml
alt/ast

fibroscan and ultrasound to know your liver damage

after these tests it is possible to know if you have active virus or not and if treatment is necessary or not
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Avatar_m_tn
Hi steffano,

thanks for the prompt reply.

I dont have the data with me now but I can
provide it maybe tomorrow.

How about my being reactive to anti-Hbe and
anti-Hbc's (sorry Mistyped it on my first question)?
Can you tell me its significance? Thanks in adance.

  

I will also see a doctor next week to consult
the results that I have.  
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Avatar_m_tn

anti-Hbe, this is good anyway because cccdna and hbsag are usually lower
anti-hbc, always positive for all, only very rare cases exist of antihbc negative and these are not good cases

the tests i suggested are the most important although only countries updated or willing to spend money on best tests have hbsag in iu/ml and firbroscan widely available.
in US, canada and UK they are not easy to find and doctors are not able to read it, in europe and asia (even china) easier to find
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Avatar_m_tn
If normal ALT, AST, low HBVDNA, may just need monitoring.
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Avatar_m_tn
Hi guys,

thanks for the responses...both my sgpt (113 iu/l)
and sgot (72 iu/l) results are elevated.

Am still confirming the units on the data of my
hepa profile.

Avatar guy  
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Avatar_m_tn
Here are the data :

TEST                 ABS         CUTOFF VALUE              RESULTS
====                ====         ===============          ========
HBsAg              3.418                0.0105                     Reactive
Anti-HBs           0.024                0.105                       Non-Reactive
HbeAG              0.011               0.105                        Non-Reactive
Anti-Hbe            0.034               0.75                         Reactive
Anti-Hbc G        0.079               0.439                       Reactive
Anti-Hbc M        0.029               0.105                        Non-reactive
Anti-HAV G       0.083               0.697                        Reactive
Anti-HAV M       0.025               0.105                        Non-Reactive
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