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thus all hbsag positive need to undergo treatment regardless of HBVdna,ALT,HBaeg? any answer will highly appreciated...tnx in advance
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The short answer is no. Generally, no treatment is recommended during:
1. immune tolerance phase - HbeAg positive, HBeAb negative, high hbvdna, normal ALT;
2. immune inactive phase - HbeAg negative, HbeAb positive, very low hbvdna, normal ALT.

There are well established guidelines regarding when treatment is needed, you should consult them (AASLD, APASL, etc). Factors also considered are:
family history of liver diseases, when infected, state of your liver, con-infection, etc.
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tnx for the quick reply...

i dont have hbeab test as of the moment i dont know if we have in our country

by the way here is may lab result, please do analysis please...tnx
please do help me to interpret my lab results
HBsAg result = 3622 ref. value 1.00 remarks reactive
HBeAg result = 694.2 ref. value 1.00 remarks reactive
Anti-HBe result = 2.78 ref. value 1.00 remarks non reactive
Anti-HBc IgG result = 0.017 ref. value 1.00 reactive
HBV DNA VIRAL LOAD 5,345,357 IU/mL
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We need your ALT and when you think you were infected. Anti-Hbe is the same as HbeAb.
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my alt is 67.1...tnx
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im not sure about when im infected..

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