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What are these results?

1. Please help me get some information about these results?

Hepatitis  B Panel

Hepatitis B surface antigen detected
Hepatitis B core antibody detected
Hepatitis B e antigen not detected
Hepatitis B e antibodies detected  

Liver Function Tests

Serum Albumin  50g/L   (35-55g/L)
Alk Phosphatase 85 IU/L              (40-130 iu/L)
Serum ALT/SGPT 42 iu/ L   (2-53 IU/L)
Serum Bilibruin 14 umol/L             (3-17 umol/L)
Plasma c Rective Protein      < 5 mg/L (<10)

5600 IU

2. Do I need a treatment ?

3. Can any herbal medicine cure/treat me ?
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751470 tn?1268498509
regarding plants: I did not have anything specific in mind when I said that. I meant it in a more generic way. Some plants can help the liver: ayurveda uses some of these. Some plants can severely damage the liver, and easily kill someone, whether they has liver disease or not. If the topic fascinates you (it fascinates me) you can start with this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mushroom_poisoning

If you don't have the patience to read the article, I'll give you my one-line summary:
Some (not all) mushrooms are toxic. Some toxic ones kill by damaging the liver.
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Hi Sharp ,
Can you illaborate more on the PLANTS that are not liver friendly  ??

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751470 tn?1268498509
1. Some answers here: http://www.medhelp.org/health_pages/Hepatitis/HepB-Introduction--Welcome-Page/show/34?cid=153

2. may depend on lots of factors including your age, family history, etc.

3. Depends on who you ask. "no", if you ask me, but some plants are liver friendly, and some others are not.
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