I am a from the Philippines, male 31Years old and came out positive with HBsAg last 2004. I never have serious medication since i found out that I'm Hep B+. My doctor prescribed me Essentially Forty for 3 months and after that I never underwent medication.
Just Last year 2011 i went back looking for another Specialist and he recommended to take revovir and I have read on your posts that its no safe and worst it is being banned all over the world.
My 2011 results were as follows:
ALT(SGPT) is 26 U/L - (std 0-41) normal
HBsAg 93.6 U/L - (std max 2.0) reactive
Anti-HBS 6.2 U/L - (std >7.0) non reactive
HBV-DNA 5672 IU/L
I would appreciate all the advices/help you guys can provide me. Also, I have a son will he also get it? Thank you.
Hello, I am sorry to say that I do not know much about HepB. I believe that there is a forum here for Hep B One thing that would help is a good diet, lots of water I have looked up the HepB forum and you can find the address below, best of luck to you www.medhelp.org/forums/Hepatitis-B/show/223
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