hello guys i have a question about may result of hepatitis b, nag palab test ako noon nov. 26,2010
at ito nag mga result sa lab test ko
ang hbeAg ang cut off values is .735 tapos ang patient value is 1.050 tapos ang
HbsAg naman ang cut off values niya ay .800 tapos ang patient value ay 3.329
malala napo ba ito at nakaka hawa daw ako, pero may good news ako mga amingo kc nag palab test ako uli pag kalipas nang isang lingo at ito ang result
HBsAg 3.5 ang patient tomataas at ang cut off niya is .057 dito ako nababaha mga amingo
HbeAg.044 ang patient niya medyo bumaba ang cut off niya .106 d2 ako ok kc hindi na ako makaka hawa sabi nila, herbal treatment lang ang gamit ko, pero ngayon nalaman nag boss ko na may hepa b ako kaya pinapakuha ako nag hep profile
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