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About hepatitis B

hi, i got a hbsag test yesterday, patient value= 6522 and cut-off value=1.0, result is reactive
is this mean, i got higher level virus?  and what is the normal value and cut off value for hbsag a non-reactive?
thank you and godbless.
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this is qualitative test this value means little for you,

you need quantitative test in iu/ml
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did you mean that i need HBV DNA PCR (Quanlitative) andf HBeAg test ...?
i had concern with my doctor and he recommended  me to perform these test above i have mentioned
what is you view...???
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HBV DNA PCR (Quanlitative) andf HBSAg Quanlitative test
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sorry i cant understand please define...?
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Two tests:
1) HBV DNA PCR (Quanlitative)
2) HBSAg Quantitative
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To see inderstand whT is going on you also need
LFT
HbeAg
Fibroscan
Ultrasound
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hi

today i get my HBV DNA PCR (Qualitative) and HBeAg test reports and mentioned on HBV DNA PCR (Qualitative) is HBV DNA not Detected and also write on the HBeAg test report is Negative so i ask a QUESTION  its mean i m out of danger and can i release this virus in my body slowly slowly...?
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With dna negative the risk is lower that when dna is high.
Every year about 1-2% loos hbsag.

To understand what is going on you  need
LFT
HbsAg qnt in iu/ml
Fibroscan
Ultrasound
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