Hepatitis C Community
13.4k Members
Avatar universal


what exactly does nonreactive mean?
3 Responses
Avatar universal
For the most part ."negative"   What test did you have this result on?

Was it for HCV Antibodies?

Avatar universal
It's in the dictonary.
adj \-rē-ˈak-tiv\

Definition of NONREACTIVE
: not reactive ; especially : not exhibiting a positive reaction in a particular laboratory test <the serum was nonreactive in the VDRL test
2094297 tn?1345389093
  Usually in medical terms nonreactive means that you are negative for what you are being tested for...... This is almost always good.  If you are using it for something else, well it could have another meaning. but doubtful if in regards to med.  To give you a full understanding I would need to know what it was in reference to..
Have an Answer?
Top Hepatitis Answerers
317787 tn?1473358451
683231 tn?1467323017
Auburn, WA
Learn About Top Answerers
Didn't find the answer you were looking for?
Ask a question
Answer a few simple questions about your Hep C treatment journey.

Those who qualify may receive up to $100 for their time.
Explore More In Our Hep C Learning Center
image description
Learn about this treatable virus.
image description
Getting tested for this viral infection.
image description
3 key steps to getting on treatment.
image description
4 steps to getting on therapy.
image description
What you need to know about Hep C drugs.
image description
How the drugs might affect you.
image description
These tips may up your chances of a cure.
Popular Resources
For people with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), the COVID-19 pandemic can be particularly challenging.
A list of national and international resources and hotlines to help connect you to needed health and medical services.
Here’s how your baby’s growing in your body each week.
These common ADD/ADHD myths could already be hurting your child
This article will tell you more about strength training at home, giving you some options that require little to no equipment.
In You Can Prevent a Stroke, Dr. Joshua Yamamoto and Dr. Kristin Thomas help us understand what we can do to prevent a stroke.