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7946635 tn?1403621679
Need your help guys
My results are as follows
Hbsag - negativ
Hbsab - negative
Hbcab - positive
Hbeag - negativ
Hbeab - positive

Hbvpci  <0.02
Hbvpcr × 103k./ml <0.12
I truly don't understand, please help me interpret.
Thanks in advance for your help
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7946635 tn?1403621679
Please Stef2011, Stephencastleberg and others...help...
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Not sure what Hbvpci is, and what units hbvpcr use.

But from the hbv markers you have successfully recovered from acute hbv, probably long ago so your hbsab have withered  with the time.
You can get vaccine shot to see if you can develop new antibodies.
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I agree with Rome70, or you have just lost your HBsAg in a chronic infection.
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7946635 tn?1403621679
Thanks a lot, are there any extra tests I should do?
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Is this your first time blood test result or you've known already you were infected?
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7946635 tn?1403621679
This is my first blood results
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7946635 tn?1403621679
Sorry my first results were  Hbs-ag-negative, Hbs-ab <IU/1 Hbc -positive.
They then odered for another test and those are the results
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Are there any more tests i should do to dertermine my status?
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