I am HBV positive, Elisa quantity 850iu, treatment not recommended by the therapist before pregnancy as its quantity is too low, and now i m in 8th week of pregnancy and my question is , 1.can it pass to child, 2. Best precautions , 3. general health care for this time of pregnancy
Sir, I am 35 Years serving and married person, would like to take a treatment from your hospital for HBV infection from last one month. HBs Ag +ve during evaluation for anorexia. Doesn t take alcohol, smoking, No Jaundice, blood tranfusion or surgery and other side habbits etc till date. Blood reports are as under :- Serum Bilirubin 1.2 mg, Bilirubin(D)- 0.8 mg, Hb 16.9g%, S Albumin 4.6g%, Bilirubin (ID)-0.4 mg, AST/ALT - 142/158 on 12 Dec 11 Presently 50/60 after taking Tab UDCA 300 mg - BD, HCV- -ve, HBeAg- -ve, HBV DNA-25 IU/ml, USG Abdomen - Liver normal sie, moderate steatosis presnet, PV/Spleen, Lipid Profile, Blood Sugar, Thyroid are normal. Hb Alc - 5.4%. Blood HB -15.6 gm, TLC-8800, DLC* Noutrophils-56, Eosinophils-06, Lmphocytes - 37, wt - 65 kgs. Spouse ABsAg is -ve.
sir,i want to know about hbsag levels i tested first time on 22nd december 2009 and the result was hbsag ............reactive (250) test performed by eclia then on 29th march 2010 and the result was hbsag...............reactive (5471) then on 26th april 2010 and the result was hbsag........... reactive(569.2) then on 12th may 2010 and the result was hbsag .......... reactive (125) then on 30th may 2010 hbsag ......... reactive (26.27) then on 10th june 2010 hbsag ......... reactive (8.16) and then recently 23th june 2010 and the result was hbsag ........... reactive (4.29) sir, i want to know that am i going to resolve the infection or am i now a chronic hbv patient, and is this normal the slow decline in hbsag levels in the end. with regards MUHAMMAD IBRAHIM KHAN