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High Hepa B surface antigen, anti-HBE, anti-HAV levels. Reactive. Indications?

please help me to check my hepa b result hepa b surface antigen - reactive - patient count 170.94 - cut off value 2.0 anti-HBs - non reactive - patient count 0.00 - cut 0ff value - 10.0 anti-HBC (IgG) - non-reactive - patient count 0.073 - cut off value 1.0 HBE-Antigen - non-reactive - patient count 0.53 - cut off value 1.0 Anti-HBE - reactive - patient count 0.063 - cut off value 1.0 Anti-HAV (IgG) - reactive - patient count 0.128 - cut off value 1.001 SGPT ( ALAT ) result 25.21 - reference value 0-40U/L SGOT (ASAT) result 24.15 - reference value 0-40 U/L hope you could help me. thank you.
Asked On : Thu, 21 Feb 2013
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response

As you have said that your are hbsAg + , AntiHbe + , anti HAv +, alt 25 , ast 24

You have a benign disease as you are Hbeag - , with normal ALt

I would recommend that if you are young we can wait to let your body fight on its own , and do a repeat testing for PCR -HBV-DNA

If you are middle age or 50+ then a liver biopsy and PCR -hbv-dna . should be performed as the next test

As both these tests will tell us whether you should be treated with Entacavir or interferon

Hope this helps

Take care
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