i have had long months behind me..
My question ofcourse.
i have had mild AFP elevations so i went threw some series of tests.
The results are listed below
The fibroscan shows i have cirrhosis... the liver biopsy taken 1 month after the fibro scan shows no liver damage.
And according to my specialist i am just a carrier without hep activity.
My dear friend stef helped me and i thank him.
The reason of this post is has any one else experienced such reading with liver biopsys? and what came out of it.
What is reliable? should i get a second opinion. or just leave it be. Pls i am anctious about your experiences..
fibroscan: 16.6 kpa( he stated that this correlaties with F3 fibrosis).
liver biopsy ; F0 no fibrosis found, no iron, no fatty liver, no viral replication in the liver.
Gilberts syndrome: i a non dangerous syndrome that causes high bilirubine levels
Status non active.
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