The quantitative measures of hepatitis B surface antigen (qHBsAg) and e antigen (qHBeAg) are useful indicators of therapeutic response in HBV monoinfection. The reference values vary in each lab. This is merely an advice and not substitute for clinical examination. It is suggested to discuss your queries with your treating doctor since he knows your medical history best. I sincerely hope it helps.
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Thanks Arti Sharma..
These are my result..i wish you can help me figure this out:-
HBSAG 3905.36- last six mos ago its 4504.79
SGOT-18.7- last six months is 18.6
SGPT-22.4- last six months is 19.4
HBV/DNA-282- last six months is 104
Bbeag is 0.07
Now i have been diagnosed with mild fatty liver and since been very careful. More exercise and more into fruits and veggies..am taking selenium and artichoke extract with vid d3 as supplement. My doctor said i dont need medications as it is low and am a healthy or inactive carrier. pls adivse since u may be updated. Thanks
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