I am a female 24 years old and I have been living with HBsAg reactive for the last 12 years. Can I get married and have baby now? Is there treatment for that disorder. More Info:
In 1996, under mild fever was advised to take HBsAg test which was found positive.
In 1997 HB profile test was done, which revealed the following:
In 1998 HBsAg was found positive but DNA test was negative.
In 1999 again HBsAg was found positive.
In Oct 2003, contracted Hep A, with HBsAg positive , HBeAg non-reactive. Also Anti-HAV IgM reactive. SGPT-18IU/L.
In August 2008, HBsAg was found reactive (9.71).
Hello!I've bee reading this forum for a while trying to look for answers on some of my questions. I'm a nurse and found out infected of hepa B last 2002 during our college screening test. I went to an infectious disease specialist and here were my results:
My doctor said that it might be an acute infection that might get resolved on its own without treatment. He prescribed me with Essentiale for a month. I went back 2 years after for check-up and a few times after, here are the results:
He diagnosed me as chronic carrier not highly infectious with no obvious signs of liver damage and cleared me to be physically fit. I'm worried because my medical got pending. I do hope my doctor's clearance is enough for my employer to qualify me for a job abroad. Please help me. I asked my doctor if i can have the HBV DNA test but he told me i might have it in the US coz he's confident that my hep B status will not a big problem. However, it still worries me until now. Please do help me.Thank you!
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