I am an engineer, writing to you from Ahemedabad, Gujarat a state in India, Asia. I have visited your website and have read the old querries. However my case seems to be a little different. I have been diaognised to have Chronic Active Hepatitis B. My case/test history is briefly as follows. Some of the tests may not be related to Hepatitis but still they have been presented for ready reference.
Date Test Results
2/4/94 SGPT 53units/cc
7/19/94 HBsAg (
Dear Santosh Shah:
I appreciate your questions and the detailed information you have described. While it is always difficult for me to make comments about specific cases, I will try to make some comments that I hope you will find helpful.
First and foremost, I cannot state with certainty that you have an active, replicating hepatitis B infection. Any patient who is hepatitis B surface antigen and hepatitis B e antigen positive and who has elevated liver enzymes may well have a replicating infection. However, the hepatitis B status can change over time. Therefore we would want to know the status of your hepatitis B serology
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