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I am 36 weeks pregnant. My hepatitis profile results indicate hepatitis e virus igm: non reactive (1.428). Do I have hep a, what's the risk?
Does a Hepatitis A Total Antibody test look for IgM antibodies or IgG antibodies? Or does it look for both? Does it differentiate between the two on the results?
Is my Hepatitis results okay I am confused ? All Hep panel test a,b,c Igg,igm,core,surface nonreactive,HepBsurface antibody(i) 3.05 nonrea ?
What does this hav result mean hav-igm is non reactive while hav -igg to hepatitis a virus is reactive?
Could having a flu or cold when your blood is drawn cause a false positive on a Hepatitis A IgM test? Igg was negative.
Very possibly: As you know, the hepatitis A IgM antibody tests for recent infection. False positives may result due to the presence of cross-reactive antibodies from other viral infection or underlying illnesses. Depending on the circumstances and time of exposure, retesting should be considered. Best wishes:) ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
If the hav-igg ab to hepatitis a virus is reactive (11.52), while detection of IgM antibodies against hav from patient serum is non-reactive(0.29)?
What are the chances of a reactive Hepatitis A IgM antibody test being a false positive? Igg test was negative. Can you get a false positive if you've got a cold or flu when the test is run?
HBsAg-, anti HBc IgM+,IgG- and anti HBs Ag-. Should you still get hepatitis B vaccine? No immunity, but new infection, not infectious.
Hepatitis: You do not have HepB, but do have HepC and need further evaluation to determine whether or not therapy is necessary. Yes, you should receive HepB vaccine, particularly since this history suggests behavioral risk factors. Best wishes. ...Read more
Hepatitis E: Hev progresses to fatal fulminant hepatitis in at least 15% to 30% of pregnant patients, especially in the third trimester. The infection may also manifest without jaundice or be present subclinically. The diagnosis may be enhanced by measurement of RNA by rt-pcr. The results you give are normal. Have you been out of the us or just worried. ...Read more
IgM vs. IgG: Igm tests are typically ordered when an infection is thought to be present for one week or more. Igm levels often disappear within the first few months. Igg testing is typically ordered when the infection has been thought to be present for 2 or more weeks. Igg levels my stay elevated for years after an infection has resolved. ...Read more
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