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I am having hepatitis b and hysnophylia. What treatment is suggested ?

My boold teas hbsag- reactive . Please explain the result of blood tests hbcab - reactive, P.value L (0.011) ( cut of 1.00 non-reactive), hbeag-non-reactive P.value( 0.09) 1.00 (non-reactive), SGPT-18 ( cut of value 40 UI/ML). I am also suffering from hysnophylia. One more thing my both palms were burning with heat with mild fever and fitigue symptoms no other symtoms, if any one touch my palm they felt very heat. furthr my lft is normal.
Asked On : Wed, 16 Mar 2011
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Your test reports show that you are testing positive for hepatitis B antigen whereas other types of hepatitis are negative. Normal LFTs mean that your liver is not much affected yet but you need to get yourself treated for Hepatitis B.
Dr. Rakhi Tayal
Answered: Wed, 16 Mar 2011
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