Hepatitis B virus is transmitted through infected body fluids like blood, vaginal secretions, and semen, and causes hepatitis B. The symptoms include tiredness, yellowish discoloration of skin and sclera, abdominal pain, dark urine, fever, and joint pain.
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Query: Hi doctor, I would like to ask regarding hepatitis B profile result. HBsAg ELISA: nonreactive. Anti HBs: no reactive. HBeAg: nonreactive. Anti-HBC: nonreactive. Anti HBC IgG: reactive. Anti-HBC IgM: nonreactive. Anti HAV IgG: reactive. Anti HAV IgM: nonreactive. How could you interpret... Read Full »
Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. As I have noted your hepatitis B profile where anti-HBC IgG and anti-HBA IgG is showing reactive, while others are nonreactive. IgG anti-HBc is an IgG antibody, a subclass of anti-HBc, which is a marker of the past or the current infection with HBV. If it is positive an... Read Full »