My understanding is that you are still infected. How long have you been confirmed as HBsAg positive?
The fact you have developed the HbeAb and the HbcAb suggest it’s not recent (ie within a few months). It could be that you are in the process of resolving the infection by which case you would expect to move from HBsAg to HbsAb in the coming few months but if you are HBsAg positive for +6 months you are considered chronic. My guess is that it’s resolving but I am far from an expert. Have you an idea of when you may have been exposed to this?
That’s the kind of timeline your results suggest. But it looks (to me at least) like it may be in the process of resolving
Sorry forgot to add to results hepatitis B DNA AMP PROBE - Not Detected.
So full results:
HEPATITIS B SURFACE, ANTIGEN EIA Positive
HEPATITIS B, DNA, AMP PROBE Not Detected
Hepatitis Be Antigen Negative
Hepatitis Be Antibody Positive
Hep B Core Ab,Total Reactive
Hepatitis B Core Antibody, IgM Non Reactive
had visited 3 doctors and all have different opinions, one said this is result of past infection, another said it's chronicle and last said it's result of vaccination. I just need to know which result is write....