Please can paste ur lab report readings, so that it can be more clear
if you mean remove hbsag unfortunately only a small percentage can remove it
email all hbv markers, alt/ast during the years, only peginterferon have about 30% probability of clearing hbsag but it depends on hbv state, hbsag titter and 30% is over 5-6 years after tx is finished
peginterferon is very expensive and has many sides so i would avoid if you have normal alt and no liver damage
well,I will take a test again because I misplace all my test results,I was tested 4 times since 1995.By the way I am already 47 years old.I can only join companies in Malaysia and Indonesia because other countries require Hepa test before get hired.So,if I can only tested non-reactive even only during the test,if there is any medicine to neutralize the virus,it is more pleasure so that I can work to other countries like middle east,brunei,etc.
I took a test today, HBsAg ( Screening ) and fortunately it is non-reactive. I was really confused that whenever I took the test to agencies in Manila,Philippines ,all are reactive ( already 4 times),but when I took the test to local Hospitals,1 in Batangas when I was employed there and 1 today,all were non reactive. Is there a possibility that the agencies lower there limits in order to play-safe? Can I have a hepa vaccine in order not to be infected with Hepa B?Do the vaccine reduce the counts? Please help, I really need to pass Hepa test in those agencies to be able work abroad.
today,I went to another hospital to do the HBsAg once again,as per the med-tech the one taken before was HBsAg qualitative test ( without counts) which I was non reactive.This time they did the HBsAg quantitative and unluckily I was reactive.
rate note : 6.43
Cut-off : 2.0
So I was reactive and it is chronic as per the doctor,no chance to become negative but he gave me medicine to be taken for 1 month,he told me that there might be a miracle (knock on wood ).