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Hey everyone. my blood results are
                                   results                                               patient value                            cuttoff value
anti hcv                       reactive                                                    2.540                                        1.000           and now anyone who know about this result please answer that what it shows..thanks
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547181 tn?1255150106
I think the result is like that

Patient value is 2.540 while the cut off value is 1.00. This is antibody test and it tells that you are currently having HCV OR had it anytime in your life before. Antibodiues are the bodies which are created by your immune system when you are exposed to HCV.

whether you are currently having HCV in your body or not, can be confirmed through PCR test only. Consult with any doctor and he can guide you better.
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