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My protein level is 7.3g/dl and my age is 28 years .What is my stage ?

hello doctor 28 yrs age frm current report is Hbeab+ve, Hbeag-ve, Total brilium=0.5mg/dl, c brilium=0.10mg/dl, ALT=19.0 iu/ml, AST=23.5iu/ml, Total protin=7.3g/dl, Albumin=4.8g/dl...and HBV DNA Viral copies/ml doctor i want to know my stage of disease and condition of liver ....should i start medicitions..?..if i start how long i ll take an what is it cost per month..?
Asked On : Sun, 12 Jun 2011
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You do not have significant liver damage. Since your HbeAb has appeared, your infection is being contained and you should recover soon. Your HBV DNA Viral copies are not clinically significant. Don't worry. You should be fine soon. Eat fat free food for 2-3 weeks. Eat plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables. Drink enough water. Get the test repeated after 2-3 weeks or as your Doctor has asked.
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