Hi guys. Well, I just want to share my lab resuts and see through your own experience if it can be a good thing or not. So let’s go: Total Anti Hbc = positive; HbeAg = negative; Anti HbeAg = positive; HbsAg = positive in 6758 IU/ml; Anti Hbs = negative in 2 IU/ml.
About 3 months later these are the new lab results: Total Anti Hbc = positive; HbeAg = negative; Anti HbeAg = positive; HbsAg = positive in 6946 IU/ml; Anti Hbs = negative in 4,51 IU/ml.
Looks like nothing much has changed and that you’re in a fairly stable state.
Hi can someone please help me interrupt what my labs mean?
Your results don’t match any textbook “phase” of chronic HBV infection as both HBeAg and anti-HBe antibodies are positive. This likely means that you are in a state of flux and perhaps in the middle of mounting an immune response against the virus. The low/undetectable HBV DNA levels are generally a positive sign and correlate with good health outcomes.
Hope this helps,
Thanks Thomas for your response. I was confused as to why I am also positive for both the antibodies and the antigen.