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hi to all help is somedy can know how to read my result plzzzz

hi guys  i  just  have  result  in  mya  hepa  profile


test                        patient  count             cut off  value    result
                                                            

HbsAg                  2.794                           0.606             reactive
Anti-HBs               0.209                           0.417         nonreactive
HBeAg                  1.460                           0.535            reactive
Anti-HBe               0.979                           0.616         nonreactive
Anti-HBc IgM        0.311                           0.438            reactive
Anti-HAV Ig M       0.299                          0.369         nonreactive
Anti-HBc IgG         0.934                         0.566         nonreactive
Anti-HAV Ig G       0.374                         0.498         nonreactive
  Anti-HCV                                              0.394


for  anti -hbe,anti-hbcgG
if  the  patient count  is  greater than  or  equeal to the cut off  value
it  is  considered non-reactive

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Well, looks to me (a laymen at this HBV stuff ) that you have an HBV infection +HbsAg

+Anti-HBc IgM, indicates recent infection, could be an acute infection. but iirr, without a HBcAb test, not sure.
+HBeAg, could be highly contagious and high viral load.  

Others here will know much more.
Check out the HBV welcome page, it has a diagnostic matrix
http://www.medhelp.org/health_pages/Hepatitis/HepB-Introduction--Welcome-Page/show/34?cid=153

This also may help
http://www.vaccinationnews.com/DailyNews/March2002/HowInterpretHepBPanelResults.htm

apache

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626749_tn?1256519302
If this does prove to be a recent infection, you are in the acute stage. Majority of adults, within 6 months of infection, usually HBV resolves itself... so I read.

Might want to talk to your Dr about this. Dr will know for sure.

apache
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Hi there looks like an acute infection to me as you have the IgM antibody there and this is sign of recent infection. In 6 months time you will need to retest and see if your immune system kicks it all out. You have a 90-95% chance of clearing the virus and being immune to future infection.
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hi  gusy   im  hepa b  reactive,
  can  you  explaint Me what is this   my  reuslt
last  Feb 25 2013 (cov is .236  AB 2.420)

March 15 2013 the new   hepa screen. is
(cov .30 Ab 2.420)

have a improvement or not  plzzz  help Me guys.
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