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
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.
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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