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Please Help Interpret My Wife HBV Test
Please Help Interpret My Wife HBV Test:

I done get why Anti-HBs words is not allowed to be display but i have used the (HBsAb) in place of (Anti-HBs is greatter then 1000 mIU/ML)

13 April 2014:
Test Results Units Ref. Range
Hepatitis B Surface Antigen (HBsAg) 0.00 IU/ML 1000.00 mIU/ML         <10.00
Hepatitis B Core Antibody (Anti-HBc), Total 0.18 Index <1.00

Nov 2013:
Hepatitis B Surface Antigen, Serum Non Reactive Non Reactive

Aug 2011:
HBsAg 0.01 IU/ml <0.05

Will this be the right statement base on the report (Immune - surface antibodies present. You may have been already vaccinated, or you have recovered from a prior hepatitis B infection. You cannot infect others.

Thank You all in Advance
JR
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13 April 2014:
Test Results Units Ref. Range
Hepatitis B Surface Antigen (HBsAg) 0.00 IU/ML <0.05
Hepatitis B Surface Antibody (Anti-HBs) (more then 1000.00 mIU/ML <10.00
Hepatitis B Core Antibody (Anti-HBc), Total 0.18 Index <1.00

Nov 2013:
Hepatitis B Surface Antigen, Serum Non Reactive Non Reactive

Aug 2011:
HBsAg 0.01 IU/ml <0.05

Will this be the right statement base on the report (Immune - surface antibodies present. You may have been already vaccinated, or you have recovered from a prior hepatitis B infection. You cannot infect others.

Thank You all in Advance
JR
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We are still not seeing the result for HBsAb. Try not to use "" because Medhelp will not display anything in between paired angles.
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Try not to use "<" followed by the greater.
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Hi Stephen

Thanks for the quick respond Here is the value (yap they are not allowing the symbol greater than)

Hepatitis B Surface Antibody (Anti-HBs) (more than 1000.00 mIU/ML <10.00

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JR
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Test                         Results                                            Ref. Range

HBsAg                 0.00   IU/ML                                        <0.05                    
Anti-HBs                 (greater than 1000.00 mIU/ML )         <10.00
Anti-HBc), Total 0.18                                                  <1.00
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Yes, the interpretation is correct, she is negative for HBsAg, positive for HBsAb (a very high level, more than protective). She is not a Hepatitis B carrier anymore.
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Hi Stephen

Thanks for your Quick response.

This gives me more strength to fight and move on being HBV positive.

JR

  
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