My aghbs quant came , i have 352820 ui/ml ?! I never saw on this forum this quantiti. I have also 170 mil adnvhb. I think this looks very bad. Should i start treatment right away ? Pleasr advice.
HbeAG poz, hbeAB negative, hbsab neg hbwsag poz.
So i think your doc Will wait to see how your immune Sys Will react,f1 Is not Bad So You have time before starting treatment,This Is m'y opinion,me toi i have f1f2 and last fibroscan 0for This m'y doc recommand biopsy to ne sure about the dommage and avoir treatment,m'y alat asat were vers high and now are 50 -40so on octobre i Will do an other tests to see,what dors cour doc suggest
Before it was a missinterpretation in myy blood test . I was hbeag pos and hbeab neg . since i discovered 3 months ago. I never repeat them. But why doi have so high values? All of you have such low values, never hbsag quant that high ..
Why do you say.moving from imunotolerance phase? And moving to what stahe? If hbsag quant and hbvdna are so high doesnt mean that the treatment is gonna work even slowly? I am an active hepatitis b carrier since hbeag is neg right?
I tried to google, and find just a few studies with no data of this correlation ..I learned a lot in this 2 months, I am still trying to put them together, I know I ask for a lot of your time but can you please tell me the steps I should follow from now on ?
" From all of our studies with interferon, lamivudine and adefovir(probably a very old post because of the drugs listed ), our drugs are most effective when given in immunoactive phase because there’s two things going on: the body’s immune system is trying to get rid of the virus, and then we prescribe an anti-viral agent, so it’s sort of like a double hit, an active immune system and an anti-viral agent. - hepatitis b foundation , should I start treatment or wait ? what's your best proposition on this? thank you very much for your help so far, I couldn't get through with this without your help
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