If you have tested negative 4 times then you are negative and the symptoms are unrelated.... Hep b is generally asymptomatic anyway in most cases... I would be checking for other things....
I got retested at 9 months post exposure and my results for all HBV markers (HBsAg, HbsAb, HBeAg, HbeAb, HbcAb Igm and Igg) are all negative. They have always been negative upto now. I’ve tested for HBV quantitative Viral Load 3 times and it’s always undetected along with genotype testing which was not successful as there was no DNA detected.
I’ve tested negative for Hep A, B, C, D and E.
Yet I still am getting frequent RUQ discomfort over Liver Area (sharp pin type ache of sorts).
Could I still have HBV given my test results?
That’s just it. My LFTs have been in normal range too
Just out of interest KazFiz, why would you say you doubt it’s HBV with my results. Are my results still not conclusive do you think?
If you have tested negative for all the hbv indicators many times as you said, then you do not have this disease. But as you know there are thousands of other diseases, so if I were you, I would stop worrying about hbv and try to find out if some other thing is wrong with my health. Aslo remember various diseases often have same or similar symptoms, so it almost impossible to give a diagnosis based on symptoms, just an opinion from someone who is not a doctor or expert.