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1296472 tn?1273461001
RESULTS--WHAT'S MY STATUS?
HBsAg - non reactive
Anti-HBs -non reactive
HBeAg -non reactive
Anti-HBe - reactive
Anti-HBc IgG - non reactive
Anti-HBc IgM - non reactive
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No HBV now, no antibody either, get vaccinated.
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1296472 tn?1273461001
is that true cajim?? :)) thanks..
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Yes.
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1296472 tn?1273461001
oh. Thank God :)) after all those sufferings now i could live again normal :))
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hepa b infected k dn b dti?wat did u do? no mga tinake m n gmot...tnx
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1296472 tn?1273461001
hindi ata ako infected e.d ko lng maintindihan results ko.hehe
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you know what, weve the same situation...currently i am a hepatitis b non-reactive,but i dont know if im a carrier or not..i was confused f what is the difference between hepb nonreactive and hbsag negative mean...i was a reactive before..
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WHAT ABOUT ME I HVE A STRANGE RESULTS ...WHAT DOES IT MEAN


HBsAg - non reactive
Anti-HBs -non reactive
HBeAg -non reactive
Anti-HBe - reactive
Anti-HBc  - reactive
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WHAT ABOUT ME I HVE A STRANGE RESULTS ...WHAT DOES IT MEAN


HBsAg - non reactive
Anti-HBs -non reactive
HBeAg -non reactive
Anti-HBe - reactive
Anti-HBc  - reactive
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WHAT ABOUT ME I HVE A STRANGE RESULTS ...WHAT DOES IT MEAN


HBsAg - non reactive
Anti-HBs -non reactive
HBeAg -non reactive
Anti-HBe - reactive
Anti-HBc  - reactive
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hi, please help, i need to know a lot about hepatitis b,, please help me..
can anybody explain my hepatitis profile?

examination            my count                  cut-off value               interpretation
HBsAg                <   3.000                         0.658                       reactive
ANTI-HBE                 0.390                        1.321                        reactive
HBeAg                      0.320                        0.621                       non-reactive

please  give me an interpretation of this...
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I think you have chronic hepatitis.. been reading my profile and other profiles for quite some time base  sa pagkakaintindi ko..

HBsAg = It indicates current Hepatitis B infection.

HBeAG =  stands for hepatitis B "e" antigen. This antigen is a protein from the hepatitis B virus that circulates in infected blood when the virus is actively replicating.
The presence of HBeAg suggests that the person is infectious and is able to spread the virus to other people.

ANTI-HBE  = an antibody to the e antigen of the hepatitis B virus. Its detection in the blood indicates the presence of a low-titer hepatitis B infection and decreased ability of the infected person to pass the virus on to another person.

I think you're a healthy chronic hepatitis b carrier.. sa tingin ko lang yan ah. kasi non-reactive na yung HBeAg mo ee tsaka meron ka ng mga anti bodies na lumalaban sa virus not sure pero yan ang sa tingin ko.
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I think you have chronic hepatitis.. been reading my profile and other profiles for quite some time base  sa pagkakaintindi ko..

HBsAg = It indicates current Hepatitis B infection.

HBeAG =  stands for hepatitis B "e" antigen. This antigen is a protein from the hepatitis B virus that circulates in infected blood when the virus is actively replicating.
The presence of HBeAg suggests that the person is infectious and is able to spread the virus to other people.

ANTI-HBE  = an antibody to the e antigen of the hepatitis B virus. Its detection in the blood indicates the presence of a low-titer hepatitis B infection and decreased ability of the infected person to pass the virus on to another person.

I think you're a healthy chronic hepatitis b carrier.. sa tingin ko lang yan ah. kasi non-reactive na yung HBeAg mo ee tsaka meron ka ng mga anti bodies na lumalaban sa virus not sure pero yan ang sa tingin ko. oopps nagkamali ako ng tag :) this one is for joseph :D
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the tests you are doing are totally useless to monitor hbv infection, they are a decade old and i said again totally useless, stop doing them because a total waste of money

hbsag quantity by architect with diluition in iu/ml is the only one to tell you how infection is

fibroscan is the only one to tell you how your liver is

both can tell you if you are an inactive carrier, healthy carrier is a banned word used 10years ago.there is no healthy carrier, just active or inactive carrier

inactive carrier:
fibroscan less than 7kpa
hbsag less than 500iu/ml for genotype a-d and less than 200-300iu/ml for genotype b-c
hbvdna less than 2000iu/ml
alt less than 30 men and 19 women

all the test posted by you are history and useless, hebag/hbeab means nothing

i know your contry has no tests for hbv but dont waste your money on those tests they are just useless to define your condition.the least you can do there is:
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