had been HBeag Neg and HBe Antibody positive since 2005
An interesting thing to share is that once i tested HBsAg in 2009 by ELISA and turned out to be negative but then i did it from another lab and was positive using CMIA and then kit method was negative twice
But we know gold standard for qualitative is CMIA and for quantitative abbot machine in IU/ml
I just want to get rid of Hep B
So many issues with getting new job
Got job offer from mid east but bec of this i did not go there although pay was 5 times more
I insisted and doctor agreed
This is not a standard treatment option
yea it may not benefit me
Not sure about the myth. It's there and it's very real. But it should not consume us. It's easier said than done.
It's all up to future medicine and it looks promising. Unfortunately, the early chronically infected cannot get rid of the virus without the help of modern medicine/science. Strong immune system is simply not enough when you are infected at an early age.
Your HBsAg looks good and I do know you are keen to get rid of it for jobs overseas. The IFN treatment is sucking out my energy level. How are you handling it?
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