A 24-year-old male asked:
Hbsag non-reactive, anti-hbs non-reactive, hbeag non-reactive, abti hbe reactive, anti hbc igg reactive, anti-hbc igm please help me know?
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Infectious Disease 23 years experience
Past hepatitis B: These results indicate that at some time in the past, you had Hepatitis B virus - but it appears now to have gone. You don't have any antigens (Ag) which would indicate ongoing viral replication. The antibody tests (Ab) appear to show that you were positive for the actual virus, as opposed to becoming positive from a vaccine. Best to follow up with your doctor about all this. You should be fine.
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Last updated Mar 6, 2017
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