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Hbsag positive, inactive state, fatty liver, LFT borderline. Tests repeated after years. Result negative. Possible?

Dear sir, Five years back I was tested Hbsag positive during medical check up while going in Gulf for job but later on being medicall unfit by employer they refused my visa. Then I visited a Agstro in Delhi and he recommended me some tests LFT, Ultrasound, HBV DNA and he told me that I am a carrier but in inactive state. Then I felt demoralised as he told me that there is no solution and he recommended me to go for screening of the same tests every 6 months/year. I continued for two years then left. Then I had some pain in my Calf muscles in my both legs and vissited a physcian and he discovered that my liver was fatty and LFt Enzymes were borderline and he gave me sily marine and evion etc. It did not get better then I visited an ayurvedic doc. and he gave me some preparations of homemade fresh for three weeks and told me that I would become HBSG negative. My pain was some better and I never got my blood tested for HBSAG but now after 6 years I had neck pain and visited the Ortho doc. he told me to go for the blood tests and incuding LFT, KFT and HBSAG. I was shocked to know that it was negative. Kindly suggest is it possible or I should go for retest. My age is 34 years.
Asked On : Tue, 12 Feb 2013
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Hepatitis B positive cases can get immune clearance of their own,but within 6 months.
If your HEP B status is positive for more than 6 months ,you become a carrier ,as told to you by your gastroenterologist.
It you had HEP B + ve status for nearly two years,as suggested by you,it seems impossible.
This report needs to be done again from a very good pathological lab.
There is no medicine which can cure a chronic hepatitis B carrier and make him HEP B - ve.
Answered: Wed, 13 Feb 2013
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