your doctor is froma century ago, just a carrier means nothing
yes you are infectious
you need the following if you find it in the philippines to know your status:
fibroscan, values less than 6kpa are normal liver
hbsag quantity in iu/ml, values lower than 300iu/ml are for inactive carriers
alt, less than 30 is normal values
thnx a lot stef2011..
this is my lab test result:
am i still safe? can i transmit this to anybody?
HBS ANTIGEN (quantum)
-------patient's value is 255.17
-------interpretation is REACTIVE
-------Cut - off Value is R>=2.000
ANTIBODY TO HEPA B ANTIGEN
-------Patient's Value is 0.035
-------Interpretation is REACTIVE
-------Cut- Off Value is R<1.000
ALT---- RESULT 21. U/L
Normal range is 9. - 72.
Check your Anti-HBc IgM, if this is non reactive it means you are in chronic stage. If it is reactive, you are in acute stage. I suggest to do the test in Hi-Precision lab in the philippines, do a full hepa b profile test. They will give you quantitative results. Post it here in the forum so they can help you with the results.
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