First of all, you must state the unit of your hbsag and hbeag results, otherwise they are meaningless. You must measure your viral load, hbvdna. Nowadays, a good HepB doctor does not rely on ALT alone to decide whether treatment is needed or not.
As I say before, ALT alone is not sufficient to determine the state of your chronic Hepatitis B. If you take your ALT test in the morning and afternoon, the results can be different. You must also measure your hbvdna.
I think most of us dont know where and when exactly we got this virus. You are just making me angry. I know it is important that we should know how we got this. BUT We are ALSO here to know how we can stop and clear the virus, so please....
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