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How to treat hepatitis B surface ab? How to prevent it?

How to treat hepatitis B surface ab and what the best way to prevent that? Does hepatitis surface past infection or become worst? How to healing or treat hepatitis surface B core ab? What kind med need to take? Need to see a doctor with treatment or can self treatment? Please explain to me all the reasons and all the information about the hepatitis B surface ab and hepatitis surface B core ab.
Asked On : Tue, 19 Mar 2013
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Apr 2013
Hi phdar. It is obvious that you need information. You cannot treat antibodies. Antibodies are products of our immune system which helps us to fight against viruses and bectereias. You need to treat hepatitis.These antibodies just can tell us is there any reaction on infection in our organism.
Soyou have obviosly been infected in your life because you have these antibodies. Question is is your infecion active and symtpomatic. To know this you must find antigenes levels(Ag) and viral RNA polymerase test. If you have HBs Ag and Hbc Ag positive then you have infection which persist and can cause liver damage and should be treated. If not it means that you passed through infection and there is no risk for liver damage.
Hope i ve been helpful.
Answered: Thu, 21 Mar 2013
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