Heb B

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Hello Sir ma'am i am 23 male i am HBV positive in some blood tests and in some blood tests is negative recently i went through HBV DNA PCR Quantitative which is <50 IU/mL

I dont know if its too high or what..I recently start getting complications but i started treatments now i am getting well too...But i am cautions about it becoz i am nt even conformed if its career because i once had jaundice when i was like 7 8 years old and my family thought its normal jaundice they didnt followed up the case and i got well after few days but my eyes remained yellow untill yet.

Please tell me if i can get totally rid of it or nt?i dont even know the causes ..and  guide me if i can make it negative permanently.

Best regards.

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    Hello. For a clear definition of hepatitis B activity, the following tests should be performed:

    1.HBsAg-quantitative definition.

    2. antibodies to HBsAg

    3.HBeAg-quantitative definition.4. antibodies toHBeAg

    Your viral load is low. but it does not speak about positive current of a chronic hepatitis B. Place those analyzes that I wrote to you and then it will be possible to draw some conclusions.

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      Sir i have been through several tests.


      HBe Ag : Possitive

      Cutoff value : 1.00

      Patient value : 104.0


      Anti HBe

      Result : Nonreactive

      Cut off value 1.00

      Patient value 2.52


      HBs AG : Reactive

      Anti-HCV: Non reactive

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    Sir. you have HBe positive hepatitis. You can find out how long you know about your diagnosis? What are the biochemical parameters of ALT, AST at you at the moment? and you can send the results that you sent me to the date of their holding.

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