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I an on remission from HCV since year 2008 where I have completed 1 year therapy with Interferon and Ribavirin.
In recent I was diagnosed for light Gout , and also has some spine problems.
recently i made lab test and got the following result:
liver function - for the first time in last 40 years are 100% ok.
UREA (B) - slightly high
Lymphocytes % - slightly low
ASCA IgG - 24.6 where highest norm is 20
Complement-C4 - 50.4 where highest norm is  40
Immunoglobulin M - 34.5 where lowest norm is   34.5

what does it mean ?
might be related with liver HCV ?
should I be concerned ?
i would also add that I am with IBS for the last 40 years.
I am about 60 years old.

What friends here can tell me about that ?

Thank you

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683231 tn?1467323017
No one here is a doctor or in the medical field. We here are a community of patients who are or were infected with hepatitis C.

Even the best doctor would not be able to diagnose you with so little information.

I suggest you see your doctor to interpret your test results and provide a diagnosis.

Best of luck
Thank you. Sorry but I didn't notice that this is the HCV community.
Really all of the forums are only patients. I still recommend you ask your doctor they are the experts
Thank you
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