I was told after my blood test that I don't need to get a hepa B vaccination since I already have the antibodies. Please enlighten me at yourconvenient time:
A)How can I know if I got this antibodies from a previous vaccination (i forgot and my doctor left abroad) or after getting myself infected without my knowing?
B)Can you help me understand what these Hepa A,B,C results mean?
C)Should I need any other vaccination againt hepa A or C?
D)My SGPT is 98 and SGOT is 44, Alkaline Phosphatase is 68, Total Cholesterol is 228, Could this be the result of fatty liver? I had been drinking whisky occasionally, and also drinks a lot of coffee...
E)Does drinking strong coffee (2cups a day of espresso) elevate SGPT?
HBsAg =0.022 - Non Reactive
Anti-HBs =0.921 - Reactive
Anti-HBe =1.567 - Non Reactive
Anti-HAV-IgM =0.009 - Non Reactive
HBeAg =0.007 - Non Reactive
Anti-HAV IgG =NONE
Anti-HCV =0.053 - Non Reactive
Anti-HBc-IgG =1.565 - Non Reactive
Your help is very much appreciated,. Thanks and God Bless !
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