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linfocytes/white blood cells


since i started entecavir i noticed that my linfocytes got at maximum normal range after a few weeks and also white blood cells increased (i have all life of tests from 19yo to compare and never had them at max), i was wondering if this is the same also for the others under treatment.
the levels are always (except when i travel by plane they lower for a few days):
linfocytes 49-50% (normal range 45%) 3.0-3.8 X 10E3/mcl (normal range 4.0)

of course what really matters is cd4/cd8 linfocytes subpopulations making hbsab in the liver and if they are able to make enough to lower hbsag (and actually thisis happening according to the tests), but checking these cd4/cd8 is not easy so i hope these more linfocytes are the right ones....
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i made a mistake normal range indicated is the maximum normal range:
linfocytes 49-50% (maximum normal range 45%) 3.0-3.8 X 10E3/mcl (maximum normal range 4.0)

some members wrote me their results on treatment and before treatment and they are all lowest normal range like immune system doesn t see hbv.also my sister's who is on alinia has very low norml range lymphocites while her hbsag is 17000iu/ml, very high
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