Hello everybody,I am a 26 years old man who recently tested Hepatitis B positive about 2 months ago.My Hepatitis B profile came out as.....HbsAg-positive HbsAb-Negative HbeAg-Negative HbeAb-Positive HbcAb-Positive. Most of my Liver function test results came normal except my ALT(182).My doctor gave me little information about my results because all he said was that I was ok and needed no treatment and only need to have an annual checkup on my liver. But am worried about my Alt value which is rather high and am also confuse as to what stage of Hepatitis B I am as I don't know whether I am acute or chronic infected. Will be very happy to hear any suggestion and possible explanation for my results.I have also been experiencing mild upper right abdominal pain lately.Thank you all.
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