My husband just have been tested positive for hep.a,b,c.It is that possible? I googled it but I find nothing like that.He is a baby boomer and because of his job he is tested every year.This time the level of liver enzymes was too high and the doctor ask for additional test.We are shock.
my dr tests everyone with elevated lft for A,B and C. i tested reactive to all 3 antibodies. this is not rare. hep B among adults clears on its own in 95% of infections. i had gammaglobulin shot in 1985 for hep a outbreak in restaurant my wife worked for. i never knew i was exposed to any of the 3. barry
Please read my post again. I wrote it would be rare to have more then one of the viruses at the same time. Not the antibody but active virus. The reason this would be rare is if you had Hep C along with A or B you would probably be dead!
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