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As stef2011 in the forum advised i did my blood test after taking tenoforvir for one year
SGPT 11iu/L normal range 1-40iu/L
SGOT 10iu/L normal range 1-40iu/L
Hepatitis B surface Ag 2468.86 S/Co Non-reactive:less than 1.0
interpretation : reactive reactive :equal to 1.0 or greater than 1.0
Note that i have been off medication for two months now. I didnt check my level before starting medication. before medication, i didn't feel any pain around the liver area but while taking medication and 6weeks after stopping i felt pain below my right rib. for the past two weeks no pain i am perfectly fine , no flares. Could someone explain the results to me please???
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