If HBeAg is positive or reactive it means that virus is active and patient needs treatment .There are many antiviral medications available to treat this condition .Hepatitis B treatment aims to produce antibody in blood. The presence of HB-CAB may signify the body’s immune system response and production of antibody in response to a protein in the hepatitis B virus called the hepatitis B core antigen HBcAg. A positive IGM HBcAb test result means you have an acute hepatitis B infection or in the past 6 months.The specific treatment can be decided only after a complete clinical examination and correlation of the clinical findings with the test results. Do discuss the test results with your doctor. I hope it helps.
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