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    1. Once again, The situation described would indicate HBe negative hepatitis B. ( ALT of 64, DNA is 4,400 IU/ml, HBe negative) That is when the virus is able to replicate in the absence of HBeAg. The viral load creeps up and the Immune system responds which is reflected by the elevated ALT. Have you had a fibroscan? Talk to your doctor to see if he is considering treatment with an antiviral.

      First line antivirals include entecavir and tenofovir. Please take a look at our website at http://www.hepb.org/treatment-and-management/adults-with-hepatitis-b/

    1. The situation described above would indicate HBe negative hepatitis B. ( ALT of 64, DNA is 4,400 IU/ml, HBe negative) That is when the virus is able to replicate in the absence of HBeAg. The viral load creeps up and the Immune system responds which is reflected by the elevated ALT. Have you had a fibroscan? Talk to your doctor to see if he is considering treatment with an antiviral.

      First line antivirals include entecavir and tenofovir. Please take a look at our website at http://www.hepb.org/treatment-and-management/adults-with-hepatitis-b/

  1. My husband’s HBV DNA load 9273 IU /ml….. HbeAg, hepatitis B envelope antigen, serum by CMIA =0.34 S /CO (RUL) non-reactive…. Sgpt= 37.5 U/L…. Sgot =49.03 u /l… What is the condition of my husband Plz give me some suggestions….

    1. Hello: His viral load (HBV DNA) is a bit elevated, but his liver enzyme (SGPT) is close to the healthy range, which is very good. Make sure he continues to be monitored regularly, eats healthy foods, and avoids alcohol and cigarettes.
      Have you been tested for hepatitis B and vaccinated? If not, it is very important that you see a doctor and get tested, and vaccinated if needed. Good luck.

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