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Hi Guys,
I just recieved my hepatitis test result... and one test seems to alarm me.. can you guys please help me understand these values?

Immunology

Hepatitis a, b, c Profile

HbsAg w/ titer (CMIA)            .280 (nonreactive)
Anti HBs (CMIA)                    .33 (nonreactive)
HBeAg (CMIA)                       .328 (nonreactive)
Anti HBe (CMIA)                    1.990 (reactive)
and all other test...

it seems that im a carrier of hepatitis b... but i want to know the significance of thet value... is it too high or something? please help. thank you.
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HbsAg w/ titer (CMIA)            .280 (nonreactive)
Anti HBs (CMIA)                    .33 (nonreactive)

these are very old tests useless on hbv carriers, checked what machine they used and retest with hbsag siemens or hbsag architect.sensibility of these machines is 0.03iu/ml and 0.05iu/ml and they detect all mutants especially siemens

old hbsag assays have poor sensibility and dont detect hbsag mutants

check also hbvdna pcr with sensibility that can reach 6iu/ml or if not available at least 12iu/ml

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