good day... i am aravinth from india. . i have a doubt.please clear my doubt....i got too much confused in my life becoz of this .......i am working in singapore.but last time i came to india.and went medicals for rejoining..i found that hbeag positive........what is the diff between hbeag and hbs ag.i want know the detail about hbe ag.because my company asking me only about hbeag. pllease tell me. how many percentage chance is there to become the hbe ag value less than 1......... today i got my latest result .my hbe ag value is 3.4 .....my last value is 4.9.......my LFT is also normal. sgot----31
total protein ------6.8
a/g ratio------------1.24 ....thanks in advance, i am using tenvir tablet.
gud evening........please clear my doubt ...wats diff between hbeag and hbs ag.i want know the detail about hbe ag.because my company asking me only about hbeag. how many percentage chance is there to become the hbe ag ,............tks in advance.
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