I hope u are will, i has Hepititest B carrier from last six year before three year my HBDNA was negative at now it is 15000/pcopies, its same from last year,
i am pure vegatarain from last three year i didn't use any meat or chicken or fish or egg and trying also for less cholestrol. everything is ok but people are saying that sooon i will get lever cancer so am very worried about that plz help me out, my age is 24. Currantly am using chanca piedra tea is there any side effect of this tea? should i carry on this tea or stop? following are my LFT TEST.
PROTEIN TOTAL 7.73
BILIRUBIN TOTAL 2.13
BILIRUBIN DIRECT 0.26
BILIRUBIN INDIRECT 1.87
(AST / GOT)
Alkaline Phosphatase 115
Alanlne Aminotransferase 24
(ALT / GPT)
Transfarasa (GOT) 18
see also this test 0.13 non reactive
Hepatitis B e Antigen
i do not think the tea should have any adverse effect. the liver tests are essentially normal. i would not treat this low level of HBV viremia. If possible i would check a resistance profile. the E antigen is (-) which is good.
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