Hepatitis A (HAV), unlike Hep B and Hep C has no chronic phase, only an acute phase. Rest, drink plenty of fluids and follow your doctor's advice. You will develop protective antibodies as a result so you will not become infected again in the future.
Thank you Mr Bill..
I have lots of plan to my life like i will go to canada...In the future i will have my medical going to canada..if im a hepatitis a positive theres chance to become hepatitis a negative?
Please give me some direction to my life im so lost rigth now...No one to talk im a shame to my situation..
I'm unfamiliar with immigration policy. You will develop HAV antibodies as a result of this infection that will persist for years, if not for life. However, the active viral infection will not continue beyond 6 months. Speak to your doctor about your concerns-
Thank you bill i will check to my Dr..
As far i know if you go for medical and if you antibodies is reactive you will be deny to work in abroad..im belong to 3rd world country so theres a lot of discrimination in our side..
Mr Bill How Are you...
I got my Total Bilirubin 0.9mg/dl (0.2-1.0) mg/dl
My dr said maybe i got a false positive for my hepatitis test due that i got a normal result..
Any advise in this matter...
SGPT (ALT) 86 U/L (M17-40) UL
AST (SGOT) 41 U/L M(21-42) U/L
F (9-52) U/L
What does this mean?
Thank you bill
Bilirubin is within reference range and SGPT (ALT) is only slightly elevated; these values are usually considerably higher for patients with acute infection. Ask your doctor to review your HAV serology; he may have misinterpreted previous infection. Good luck,
Mr Bill its mean that my test is not false positive... Im contagious rigth now im leaving with my family any advise from you
Theres any advise from you...Im leaving with my families Im scared that i will pass the virus with them...In my situation i can pass the virus to my family?