Hi everyone, my name is Agnes and from Sierra Leone. First of all, I want thank you for approving my membership request. I came across this beautiful HepB community through my google search engine, when I was searching for Canada inadmissible disease or conditions. I went through so many posts and comments here and I immediately signed in to be a member. I felt connected when I saw people with the same condition as me and I felt so lucky to have found myself here.
I got diagnosed of HepB in June 2023, and my first results was as follow: HBsAg +, HBsAb- , HBcAb +, HBeAg -, and HBeAb +.
My liver function test for AST was 41.14, ALT was 29.75, serum Albumin/ Globulin was 1.24, Total Bilirubin 3.47, direct Bilirubin was 1.14, total bilirubin was 73.90, Alkaline phosphate 241.24, Serum Albumin was 40.98 and serum Globulin was 32.92. No DNA or HBsAg was done HepC and HIV were tests were done and it was nonreactive.
My Ultrasound result states: Average sized, with coarse granular echopattern, and minimal irregularity of the border and nodularity of the surface. No focal lesions, no intrahepatic biliary channels dilation or venous congestion. ( Diffuse hepatic pathology, early cirrhotic changes of the liver, for further evaluation.
After all these tests, I was placed on Tenofovir and Liveril supplement. After two weeks my liver function test was repeated and the results States: SGPT was 24 U/L, total bilirubin 1.1, direct Bilirubin was 0.20 and indirect Bilirubin was 0.9
Coagulation profile was also done and the results states: Patient time :12.5sec, control’s time:12 sec, concentration 92%, INR 1.06, Ratio 1.04.
APTT : patient time 32.4 sec, control time 35 sec.
My next appointment with my doctor is by the end of the month. Doctors and other health professionals in this forum, please help me Analys my results wether I am at risk of developing liver cancer and what other tests can I go through to better understand my condition.
Through all this, am also planning to study in Canada. What state should my results be with HepB to enable me to be medically admissible.
Am sorry for the long text and thank you for reading through.