your tests are useless to know your hbv infection, please do stop posting everywhere because with those tests there is no answer, look for the most updated hbv center in the philippines since in your country all tests to monitor cronic hbv are missing.the tests in order of importance are:
fibroscan or biopsy
hbsag quantity in iu/ml by abbott architect (not available in philipines)
hbvdna pcr available
alt, ast available
from your results, Hbsag positive indicate that you are in a infected, but it will not indicate anything else.
So, for a better overview of your condition as @stefa2011 already mentioned, you should check :
- anti HBC Igm - to see if you are acute or chronic
and in case of chronic:
- liver status by Fibroscan or biopsy (if Fibroscan is not available in you area),
- HBsAg quantitative if is possible
- viral load (HVB DNA PCR)
- other liver related tests could help (ALT and AST and if is posible also ALKP and Bilirubin and ... )
Please do not post the same question in more then one thread ! just make your own thread and keep post in that thread and don't highjack the other people threads (please also read the forum regulation)
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