first of all once you know you have it hbv is a benigne disease overall....first of all most liver specialists are ignorant on hbv so look for a good and updated one
you have no such inactive chronic hbv and if hbvdna pcr is the only test done you dont know anything about your infection.to know your status and chances to clear infection by treatment and even if any treatment is needed (hbv is benigne on most so therapy is not always needed), you must test all this:
hbsag quantity in iu/ml (abbott architect or elecsys roches machines only, no other machines can test quantitative)
hbvdna test alone without all the others i posted means nothing
I think you should see a proper liver specialist or doctor immediately. Whatever you are taking are not approved medication for Hepatitis B. I think you should stop taking them and see a proper doctor.
Hi / stef
Plz plz reply to me m n deep depress , I got a job a broad and when i made a test found that HbsAg is : 8740 cut of index , my health condition is well I feel nothing my concern how to make HbsAg -ve is alinin tablets is useful .
there is no way to clear it in a given time, it can take 5 to 10 years or you ll keep it all your life
the only way is take tenofovir for 3-5 years and then add on peginterferon to it for another 1 to 2 years, total about 7 years.if you don t make sequential but tenofovir plus peginterferon all at once there is no effect
you also need one of these 2 machines to test hbsag quantity: abbott architect or roches elecsys, there are no other machines to make hbsag quantitative in iu/ml and lab has to make dilution to get the number.during therapy you have to check if hbsag goes down
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