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hepa b, reactive
                           patient value                    cut off          
hbsag                    3191.00                          1.00        reactive
anti-hbs                      2.490                       10.00      non-reactive
hbe-ag                        0.128                         1.00      non-reactive
*anti-hbe                     0.005                         1.00        reactive  
*anti-hbc IgG               0.012                         1.00        reactive
anti-HAV IgM               0.537                         1.00     non-reactive


please explain this to me
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You have HBV.  Your ALT and AST?
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sgpt 36.90 up to 41U/L

what is ast??
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i have need to be vaccinated right??
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what is ast??

--SGOT

i have need to be vaccinated right??

--No.
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can you explain the first post i did please??
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can you tell me what is my current situation please
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hey.
i do have my re-active stat too..
when did you find it?
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can you explain the first post i did please??

--You have HBV.  Your ALT and AST?
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Hi urban25,

According to your results, you are either in the;

- Late in the acute stage of infection (seroconversion).
- Chronic infection but low risk of liver damage — carrier state.

See this table that summarizes HBV results. See the very bottom of this page:

http://www.labtestsonline.org/understanding/analytes/hepatitis_b/test.html

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Is body itching a late symptom in Hep B - or is it an acute symptom
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I believe only some HBV people develop itchy skin but this doesn't indicate a more or a less advanced liver damage. Itchy skin usually occurs at the Acute HBV stage, the chronic stage has usually no symptoms. Try to use some over-the-shelf drugs to relieve ichiness but consult with your dr first.
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Has anyone had the itchy symptoms of hep b and tested neg for it
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PS  How long would the itchyness last approx if it were a symptom
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may alt is 37.. dont what my sgot or AST is
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