i got my lab result and its shows the following i just want to know my true condition...
HBsAg - Positive
Anti-Hbs -0.1 non-reactive ( cut off value 10.0)
Anti-Hbe -0.003 reactive ( cut off value 1.0)
Anti-HBc IgM - 0.037 non reactive ( cut off value 1.0)
Anti-HBc (Total) - 0.007 reactive ( cut off value 1.0)
ALT (SGPT) - 3.00 U/L (Normal value 7-40)
AST (SGOT) - 15.00 U/L (normal value 5-34)
Thank you so much i really appriciate your help Godbless!!!
HBsAg - Positive means that you have Hepatitis B. Since your Anti-Hbe is positive (a good thing) and your ALT is low (also a good thing) most likely mean you are an inactive chronic carrier. But you need to be monitored for liver cancer since having HepB puts you at a higher risk. You should ask your doctor to check you HepB DNA count to be sure that your are inactive, meaning virus is not actively replicating much. Hope this helps and good luck.
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