I am hepatitis B patient. My current status is as follows. HBeAg - negative (0.010), HBV E antibody or Ag - positive (0.031) and HBV DNA quantitative (PCR) less than 17.1 IU/mL. Please advise whether this can be cured to become negative as it is affecting my career.
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Anti-HBc (both IgM and IgG), Liver panel, ultrasound of the liver INR/PT and serum albumin if not part of the liver profile.Differential diagnosis:
1. Chronic hepatitis B.
2. Chronic carrier state.
3. Acute infection in window phase (with less infectivity).
Yes, it is treatable, but I would be able to give you a better answer once I have the complete set of blood work and ultrasound results.Regarding follow up:
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