Have positive HCV C. HCV ELISA reactive. How to reduce it?
Dear Sir.. I have positive HCV C. First time it detect in 2008 when i got blood test . I take some medicines homeopathic. But my SGPT values not normal.. I stop treatment. But after 2 years one dr. suggest me for PCR Test. Its surprise me that my PCR is negative. My dr. said you are clear from...
HIV, HCV, HBsAg tests done, showing elevated values. Cause of concern?
Dear Doctor, on 8th of March, HIV , HCV and HBsAg results were: HCV 0.38 (S/CO 1) HBsAg 0.38 (S/CO 1) HIV 0.24 (S/CO 2) and then on 28th of March, results were: HCV 0.62 (S/CO 1) HBsAG 0.63 (S/CO 1) HIV 0.45 (S/CO 2) Why are the results have increased and why are ALL increased? Can you please...
What treatment is suggested for HCV ?
I just got a very disturbing letter from Anthem Blue Cross after they had approved the drugs from Quality Pharmacy for my HCV treatment : Ribaviron and Sofosbuvir they are threatening to terminate coverage if I don t use Accredo. You don t even carry Sofosbuvir, that is the only drug I can take...
Done blood test. Help me understand result
Hi Doc, please help me to understand the result of my blood test: Test. Cut-off. Patient value. Result Hbsag - 1.0. .34. Nonreactive Anti hbs - 10.0. 2.90 nonreactive Anti Hbc lgM. 1.0. .11 nonreactive Anti hcv . 1.0 .19 nonreactive Anti HAV lgM 1.2. .33 nonreactive Thank you so much Bea
hello I had blood work done for life insurance and my atl/liver came back 58 whats that mean its above average reaults
Alt is specific about liver damage.
in your exams it is slightly elevated.
I wont to ask you if you have used alcohol last week or any medication and Hbs Ag and ANTI-HCV exam results ?
all the best
hello i'm Param
my hcv virol load is 9000000 it is danderous or not and how to cure it
Your HCV viral load is quite high.
You should consult a Gastroenterologist, and take proper antiviral therapy to lower the load and stop the progression of your disease.
If untreated, it can severely damage the liver.
All the best.
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