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Blood test for hepatitis done, elevated sgot and sgpt. Is this chronic?

hello there i got blood test last two mount ago i knw i have hep can u tell me is that cronic or plz. EPATITIS hepatitis A al.(igg+igm) + 83 . hepatitis A IgM 0.10 cut off hep b surf antig(Austr) 0.33 cut off hep b core AS IgG+=igM) negatief * hep b sufr antistoffen -7 mlU/mL negative is 10mlU/mL. hep c AS 0.05 cut off. LIVER sgot 25 31 sgpt +44 34 gamma gt +57 38
Asked On : Fri, 7 Dec 2012
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Thanks for the query.

I have read the reports. There is a little ambiguity in the reports, probably wrong typing. However, from what I could read, I do not see that you are in a chronic active state now. Though you may have had Hepatitis in the past, you current state most likely seems like Chronic inactive carrier.

I hope this information helps you.

Answered: Thu, 13 Dec 2012
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