I am a man 45 years old, My lab result is
HBeAg, Non-reactive (S/CO:0.316)
Anti-HBe, Reactive 9S/CO: 0.01)
and I will have Liver byopsi for a further check.
In this stage of my Heps B, can I be a HBsAg -ve or Anti-HBs +ve later on after treatment or need byopsi data to determine the stage of my heps B. With this lab result, now I think I will lose my overseas job.
I never have any heps B sympton in my live.
hepatitis has no symptoms until you are dying of liver cancer or cirrhosis, actually a person in my town ahs no symptoms of liver cnacer until the day of death, after death they saw it was liver cancer....
the quantity of hbsag in iu/ml by abbott architect machine can tell.if hbsag is less than 1500iu/ml you have chances to clear on interferon+alinia, all other therapies have 0% possibility to clear and usually increase hbsag quantity on hbeag negative
you are sooooo very lucky you can clear hbv almost 100% by:
simvastatin+vitamin d3+alinia pretreatment to improve interferon response, about 1 month should be ok, vit d3 possibly 50-70ng/ml, check serum vit d 25oh and take 10000iu daily to reach that value
than you add interferon+tenofovir to the previous combo until hbsag gets negative
for all these combo you can only get a researcher or very expert doctor to prescribe it, if you dont find one i suggest you order drugs from india where these combos are available and low price generic drugs available
second doctor is to follow but interferon alone is too slow to clear, you must add the combos.
alinia: generic nizonide500 by lupin, available on online pahrmacies, very cheap, no sides drug allowed on 1yo babies
simvasttin, easily available every where, extremely cheap
vitamin d3 supplements, available everywhere cheap, puritans have 500iu pills very cheap, check their website
if interferon is too expensive you might try the combo without interferon and tenofovir and see if it works
do not waste this chance because hbv can mutate any moment and remake hbsag high
the second doctor opinion is extremely bad doctors like that keep patients sick even when one is so lucky to have possibility to clear hbv
interferon generic is available in vietnam at lower price, in most euro countires it is free by healthcare system, if you can move residence to italy for example you just pay a little price to have healthcare coverage and interferon is free
I started interferon therapy on 21 Oct 2011 (1st injection) with my
HBV DNA—2.54 x 10^5 IU/mL
And while on therapy I took Sinvastatin, Curliv and Becefort for one month and then took Lipanthyl, Curliv and Becefort for the other two months.
After weeks # 12, I have my Lab result
HBSAG -- 176.40 IU/mL
HBV DNA— Virus not detected.
Do you have any comment or suggestion? Is it good progress to be cured from Heps B.?
he just posted, aas i thought there is a need of an alt flare whenhbvdna is und to kill infected cells and lower hbsag
i do hope my flare at alt 54 was the same with hbvdna undetactable, i will have new tests next week
Took 1st dose on 21 Oct 2011 and on 11 Jan 2012 HBV DNA not detected.
Below is the lab history,
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