From the results above you may be either have an acute or chornic infection of Heptatitis B. How long have you known about your Hepatitis B infection?
Your ALT is very slightly elevated, but this could be due to fatty liver or exercise. Do you have your HBV DNA test results? You should regularly monitor yourself to see how your body is managing with Hepatitis B.
Here are some regular tests you can get done, please see below, this information will help you and your doctors manage your disease.
1. How long you have had HBV? (example, birth, don’t know)
2. Family history of Liver Cancer HCC
3. HBV Genotype
Group1: every 6 months (Virus and Immune activity monitoring)
1. ALT + Liver Panel (Bilirubin, Albumin, etc).
2. HBV DNA
3. HBsAg Quantitative
4. HBeAG – only if previously positive
Group 2: every 6 months (HCC Screening, men over 40, women over 50, and Africans above 20)
1. Ultrasound (Liver contour, Spleen Size, Portal Vein Diameter)
3. DCP des-gamma carboxy prothrombin (optional)
4. AFP-L3% (optional)
Group 3: every year
2. Fibrosure / Fibrospect (optional)
Group 4: (every few years if HBVDNA detectable)
1. Precore/Core Mutations
Ive known this since 2004, my last result was 2015 from my ALT/ALS 21 and 22, i was just surprised now that i got 41 and 61 result. Yes im doing my exercise now in gym its my 2 weeks almost since i started and its my first time. I dont drink and smoke and i do watched my food. Do you think this is because of my exercise? Ill be having my liver ultrasound on thursday and DNA as well. Not sure my hepB if condition if ita active or inactive. Worried though. Thanks for your response.
My doc precribed me tebofo B for 3months and godex ds.
Ive heard tenofo is lifetime medication how come my doctor gave me 3mos only?
Is that how worst my case is?