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My English is not good, sorry about that.
Last time, I took a blood test and my doctor said me: my liver is not normal, elevated liver enzymes and she want me take a blood test again for Hepatitis Panel. today i had my lad results but it's a Hepatitis Profile. How difference between "panel" and " profile". and this is my results, Is it OK?, if it OK, " liver not normal" mean?
Hepatitis B surface antigen---- Nonreact [ Ref Range-Nonreact] Final
Hepatitis B core IgM----Nonreact [ Ref Range-Nonreact] Final
hepatitis A IgM---Nonreact [ Ref Range-Nonreact] Final
hepatitis C antibody----Nonreact [ Ref Range-Nonreact] Final
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You really need to talk to your doctor about the reason on why the liver enzymes are elevated

There are lots of factors which can temporarly increase liver enzymes such as medication
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Your doctor should always explain to you the results of any test you have.

Nonreactive means you do not have hepatitis A,B or C.

Other things besides hepatitis can elevate your liver enzymes.

You need to talk to your doctor to find out the reason why.
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thanks, but how is difference between "hepatistis profile"  and " hapatitis panel" ? or they are a same thing
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Hepatitis Panel and Hepatitis Profile are the same thing. Congratulations on being negative on the Hepatitis profile/panel. Hopefully you will be able to find out what is causing your liver enzymes to be abnormal. Best of luck for the future.
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elevated liver enzymes, Is it a sign of liver cancer
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No.
It can be caused from many things. They do a separate test for cancer.
Please contact your doctor about your fears.
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You really need to talk to your doctor about the reason on why the liver enzymes are elevated

There are lots of factors which can temporarly increase liver enzymes such as medication
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I just worry, because my doctor said with me " elevated lever enzymes", and she want to take again blood test dor hepatitis panel. I feel normal, nothing is bad. elevated liver enzymes, is it dangerous?
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