i donate the blood they said u having hepatitis b(sero positive for hbsag,anti HBC and sero negative for anti HBS)after
i met doctor he wrote some test (LFT,virascan,ultra scan)in that reports LFT SGPT 80(H),SGOT 44(H) ,bilirubin(indirect)_serum 0.8(H)
in serum HBs Antigen --detected
anti HIV anti bodies---non reactive
anti HCV antibody--non rective
and ultrasound reports are
liver,Gall blader,spleen,pancreas,kidnies,urinary bladder,prostate are normal
IMPRESSION:NO OBVIOUS ABNORMALITY DETECTED
I SHOW THIS REPORTS TO MY DOCTOR HE SAID UR VIRUS IN ACTIVE U ARE IN CHRONICAL STAGE
he wrote some more tests >HBeAG
>HBV DNA QUANTIFICATION
my test results are anti-hbe=1. s/co
hbv dna=2290 HBV DNA COPIES/ML
plz help me which satge am it chronic or acute any treatment i need which level i have,,what precations i need ..now im in HYDERABAD ..will u plz provide detail of hospital to take my further treatment
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