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good day!!!! My problem is i am a HBsAG reactive but non reactive in Anti HBs.
then reactive in HbeAG but non reactive in Anti HBe. What does this mean?
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You present HBeAg+ HBV.  Your ALT, AST, HBVDNA?
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It means you have hepatitis b and you don't have antibodies to it, it shows in your Anti-Hbs. I'm afraid you are infectious because your HbeAg is positive. I think you are in acute stage. You need to have further test to know your status. Your chance to get rid the virus is much higher.
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I cant understand this. Can you help me here is the result:

Tested: Aug 2006
HBe Ag 0.22   - NON REACTIVE
Anti-HBe 0.07 - REACTIVE
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Tested sept 2004
HBsAg          - reactive
Anti-HBs        - NON REACTIVE
HBe Ag          - NON REACTIVE
Anti-HBe         - reactive
Anti0HBc lgG  - reactive
Anti-HAV lgM  - NON REACTIVE
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