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Hepatitis B - PCR Test: What Does It Shows?

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sohu_siraj Group: Members  Joined: 06th Jul, 2010  Topic: 1  Post: 1  Age:  31  
Posted on:6th Jul 2010, 1:21pm
 

Hepatitis B - PCR Test: What Does It Shows?

Dear Dr.i have hepatitis B.
My reports are.
1.Hepatitis B surface antigen +
2.Hepatitis B DNA by PCR (NOT DETECTED)
Tell me what should i do now?
When should i again retest my blood to know the virus is working or not.
Dr.s are saying that u are carrier.
I have done my blood tests last year.



Waterr Group: Members  Joined: 15th Jul, 2009  Topic: 59  Post: 3783  Age:  30  
Posted on:8th Jul 2010, 11:14pm
 

Hepatitis B Screening vs PCR

If you got HbsAg positive(reactive) on a simple blood test then its a screening test so the first step is to make sure the report was correct or from an authetic lab, if its so then get ELISA done(for confirmaition of hepatitis B) .
You can repeat your PCR yearly.







Doctor K K Group: Members  Joined: 02nd Apr, 2009  Topic: 25  Post: 1967  Age:  40  
Posted on:8th Jul 2010, 3:12pm
 

Re: Hepatitis B - Status Of Surface Antigen and PCR

There are two possibilities;

1. Either you don't have Hepatitis B
2. You have got Hepatitis B but now the virus is in inactive form.

In both of the above cases, you are safe.

However; be attentive in case of 2. you need thorough checkup however. If Hep B virus is in active form, then it could be re-activated. Consult any HEPATOLOGIST. for proper prevention.
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