Hi! I saw your recent answer to one of the members...my husband was recently diagnosed with hepa b but we haven't gone to a specialist yet and the physican just gave him omega 3 vitamins. I just want to ask how to know if the hepa b is chronic or acute...here are the test results of my husband:
hepa b surface antigen - reactive
anti-HBs - non-reactive
Anti-HBC - reactive
HBE - Antigen - non reactive
ANTI HBE - reactive
ANTI HAVE (igg) - non reactive
Just a quick note to say hi!
Hbsag - negative
Hbeab - positive
Hbeag - negative
Anti HBC igm - negative
Anti HBS - non reactive
what does the above means? am I infected ?
You're in my thoughts all the time, but especially today.
I INFECTED ON I THINK 2 YEARS... 2 YEARS FAST I DETECTED jaundice...
Hi! I'm in Germany now, as a student. Things are not fine :-(. I have left a more detailed explanation on the forum.
BTW, I am not sure if the Tulsi tea is supposed to have medicinal effects, let alone on Hep B. I drink it because it tastes good. I buy it at general stores... it is not difficult to find here. If you don't find it in large stores (Spencer's, etc., try ordering it online.)
I don't care if the medicine is generally used to cure venereal diseases in donkeys. If it helps with Hep B, I'm gonna use it ;-).