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Suggestion on HBV result

I have infected with the hepatitis B virus and take treatment from a herpetology specialist. During under his treatment my tested results are:

25.11.2010: HBsAg- Positive, -Sample OD 3.200 (Method- ELISA)
          USG of HBS-Normal
          SGPT- 21.00 U/L
          Prothrombin Time- Patient 14.7 Seconds, - Control 12.0 Seconds, -Index 81.63%, -Ratio 1.22, -INR1.24
          HBeAg- Negative, -Sample OD 0.031
          Anti HBC IgM- Negative, -Sample Value <2.00 U/ml
          Anti HBe- Negative, -Sample OD 1.221
          HVB DNA- Positive, -2.8 X 104 copies/ml (Method –PCR)
01.04.2011: Anti HBe- Negative, -Sample OD 1.261
          HVB DNA- Negative (Method –PCR)
          SGPT- 20.00 U/L
08.10.2011: HVB DNA- Undetected (Method –PCR)
28.03.2012: HVB DNA- Undetected (Method –PCR)

Now-
a). Have any suggestion from your side for me?
b). Do I get 'Negative' result of HBsAg if I test my blood?
c). How can I get the 'Negative' result of HBsAg?
d). Have any need to take Hepatitis B vaccine?
e). Have any possibility to infected again in future?
f). Have any possibility to transmit to my relatives? Please describe details.
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Hi, as the DNA values are negative it means the virus is not actively multiplying and you may not need therapy now. What about your Hbsag levels are they positive? if this is positive, then you could have a chronic infection, be a carrier and infect others. Please discuss this with your doctor am sure he will provide further assistance. Regards.
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Hi, as the DNA values are negative it means the virus is not actively multiplying and you may not need therapy now. What about your Hbsag levels are they positive? if this is positive, then you could have a chronic infection, be a carrier and infect others. Please discuss this with your doctor am sure he will provide further assistance. Regards.
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Avatar_m_tn
HBsAg is positive. How can I get the 'Negative' result of HBsAg? What can I do now? Please provide suggestion from your side.
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Avatar_m_tn
Getting Hbsag out is not that simple! You need to do two test and find a good Dr and ask him/her how to clear hbsag!

1. HbsAg in quantitative not just hbsag
2. Fibroscan

And read the post below to find how to clear Hbsag. Keep in mind May Dr are not upto- date, so always wise to seek second opinion.

http://www.medhelp.org/posts/Hepatitis-B/nucs-peg-add-on-combo-with-100-response-and-91-hbsag-loss/show/2152536
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Avatar_m_tn
Thanks for your suggestions.
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Avatar_m_tn
In this case have any possibility to transmit to my relatives or next generation?
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Avatar_m_tn
Can anybody inform me that where I can test on HbsAg quantitative in Bangladesh?
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