This is about my friend. He has been diagnose with the following:-
hep b surface antigen ------- positive
hep b (e) antigen --------- negative
hep b (e) surface antibody ------ positive.
hep c --------- negative
But however the value for HEP B VIRAL DNA, QN is 109000 IU/mL.
1.So my questions are can hep (e) antibody come from vaccination or it comes only after u have recovered an active infection.
2. what does such a high value of HEP B VIRAL DNA, QN mean? I have a doctors appontment 15 days from now, but I am just curious want to know befor hand.
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