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What is the interpretation of my Hbsag report ? What the suitable treatment ? how long will I live?

Plese give good adivse my future. I am 34 years indian. Recently I have tested my blood and found it Hbsag positive, SGPT Alt -18( cut Cuts and puncture wounds of value 40) Hbeag nagative (p.value 0.09) ( cut Cuts and puncture wounds of value 1.00). When my wife tested she got hbsag negative. What is my status. What treatment is required or suitable? how long will i live? I had no symptoms up to detected the disease. When detected, I got shocked and stated symptoms like neassea, threast, fitigue etc., Please give me good answer as early as possible. What is mean of p.value 0.09 and sgpt Alt -18 please explain?
Asked On : Sun, 13 Mar 2011
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Ayurveda Specialist 's  Response
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Please build up confidence, you lft report suggest the condition of liver but i can be visualised by USG only..Nothing to worry
i suggest you following alternative medicine Ayuveda medicine are best option for treatment of Hep B
There are lots cases which has been succesfully treated by Herbal medicines
Best hepatoprotective and antiviral property drugs
increase immunity is necessary for you
you can be back in your normal world soon
Contact your nearest Ayurvedic physician for detail and follow him
or write me
Dont worry
Answered: Sun, 13 Mar 2011
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What is my status, age of disease, at this stage treatment is advisable or not? When my wife and chldren were tested hgsag they all non-reactive and their lft is normal? is it possible?since the Heb is a dna virus.
Answered: Mon, 14 Mar 2011
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