good morning....... how many percentage chance is there to become the hbe ag value less than 1......... today i got my latest result .my hbe ag value is 3.4 .....my last value is 4.9.......my LFT is also normal. sgot----31
total protein ------6.8
Hi, your Hbe antigen values are going down, which is good. Also your liver enzymes are declining indication less damage to the liver. You will need to check the antibody levels also. Anti-HBs a level of greater than 10-12 mIU/mL is protective. Please discuss this with your doctor am sure he will provide further assistance. Regards.
hi stef ,
i hope you well.in the month of may 2014 i took hbeag test. that time my value was 3.44 again i took yesterday the value of hbeag is 0.64. that means it shows negative.i want to know about only hbeag.....is it possible hbeag become negative with in two months?please help me ...i am using tnvir tablet for last 7 months.
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