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hepa b reactive
helo,medhelp..i just want to ask about my hepa b results for HBsAG patient value is 6,086 cut-off value is 1.0 reactive AND HBeAG patient value is 0.086 cut-off value 1.0 result nonreactive? is this curable,how many months to be cured?
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hbsag is the virus not the illness, the virus makes no damage is the immune system reaction to make the damage and most patients have no damage from the virus

so first of all you have to check if you have the hepatitis and liver damage:
the fist is shown by alt/ast, normal range below 30 (but also within 40 can be ok)

liver damage is shown only by biopsy or fibroscan

these are blood tests for liver function but sensibility is poor because they can all be normal but liver can be severely damaged anyway, check here all info:
http://www.medhelp.org/health_pages/Hepatitis/HepB-Introduction--Welcome-Page/show/34?cid=153
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