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My HBsAG is now neg does that mean I have cleared hep b virus and starting recovery? If so is it common to have stomach pain nausea and bloating?

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Dr. Anne Larson
Internal Medicine - Hepatology
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In brief: Probably

If your hbsag has become negative and you have developed hbsab (surface antibody) and hbcab (core antibody), this generally means that you have cleared the virus.
Stomach pain, nausea, and bloating should not be caused by the hepatitis at this point.

In brief: Probably

If your hbsag has become negative and you have developed hbsab (surface antibody) and hbcab (core antibody), this generally means that you have cleared the virus.
Stomach pain, nausea, and bloating should not be caused by the hepatitis at this point.
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