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Interpretation of blood report - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Doctor :   hi how can i help you
User :   i wand the meaning of the blood report
Doctor :   carry on
Doctor :   are yoiu there
User :   HBSAG POSITIVE SAMBLE ABSORBANCE:2.929 CUT OFF VALUE:0.153
User :   IT IS LAST MONTH REPORT
Doctor :   I cant say with this
Doctor :   The Hbsag is positive if you have acute infection
Doctor :   now
Doctor :   But the other serological marers are needes
Doctor :   needed
User :   THERE IS ANY TREATMENT FOR THAT
Doctor :   Do you have recent jaundice, body pains and vomiting or loss of appetite
User :   NO
Doctor :   There is treatment for acute infection but it is symptomatic
User :   I AM BLOOD DONER
Doctor :   but as you dont have any symptoms there
Doctor :   I would suggest you to see a doctor for the pysical examination
User :   S I DONT HAVE ANY SYMPTOMS
Doctor :   You get t doctor and ask for the other serology markers
Doctor :   done
Doctor :   and liver function tests
Doctor :   he wouldbe better to guide you
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   Thanks for consulting
Doctor :   bye
User :   ok thank u
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