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Hello: Was this the first time you have ever been tested for hepatitis B? If you’ve been tested before, how long ago was your test? If you test positive for the HBsAg (hepatitis B surface antigen) for longer than six months, you are considered to have a chronic hepatitis B infection. A chronic infection occurs when young children are infected (their immune systems don’t effectively fight the virus) or if adults get it and their immune systems can’t effectively fight it. If you are healthy and have been recently infected, you have a 90% chance of clearing the virus (seroconverting – losing HBsAg and developing hepatitis B surface antibodies HBsAb). You will find out more when you get another hepatitis B test in six months. In the meantime, eat healthy, do not drink or smoke, and make sure you practice standard precautions and bandage any cuts or bruises and use a condom because your blood and body fluids can contain the virus. Good luck.
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Illustrious Russian author, Leo Tolstoy, pondered the survival of the Jews, but also sensed that their existence had to do with a unique purpose: “What is the Jew?…What kind of unique creature is this whom all the rulers of all the nations of the world have disgraced and crushed and expelled and destroyed; persecuted, burned and drowned, and who, despite their anger and their fury, continues to live and to flourish? …The Jew is the symbol of eternity. … He is the one who for so long had guarded the prophetic message and transmitted it to all mankind. A people such as this can never disappear. The Jew is eternal. He is the embodiment of eternity.”
(For non-dividing cells, notablyneurons, metabolic damage & garbage accumulation could be considered the "weakestlink" if it weren't for the fact that cell death is so different from cell senescence.) Metabolic damage would be much less of a problem if its byproducts (cross-links, AGEs,lipofuscin, etc.) could be eliminated — along with whatever toxins (lead, cadmium, DDT,PCBs, etc.) manage to enter the organism.
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I am 30 year male from India recently detected diabetes and taking metmorfin tablets 40mg (twice daily), On a routine checkup I found HBsAg Reactive then following test report:
LFT: (everything comes in range)
Michael's, Dumfries (Edgar, p.135).
Hello: If I understand correctly, your viral load is 49 IU/mL, which is quite low. However your ALT is 112, which indicates liver damage.
Because your viral load is already quite low, antiviral medications will probably not help, as your other doctor suggested.
However, something is causing your liver damage and your elevated ALT levels.
Do you drink alcohol, smoke, or are you overweight? If none of these apply to you, I recommend that you ask your doctor to test you for hepatitis D. This is a coinfection of hepatitis B and D.
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In old Gallowaydocuments M'Ghie and M'Kie are used indiscriminately
***PLEASE SIR ADVISED ME…SHOULD I STOP TAKING ENTECAVIR .5 ?? OR NEED TO CONTINUE TAKING IT? (PLEASE SUGGEST ME ABOUT THINKING MY ECONOMIC CONDITION IS NOT VERY GOOD)
MacGuire -Maguire; MacGuinness - Magennis, etc.).
i do not habit of any kind smoking,or alcohol,and my weight is only 53 kg(hight 5’8″),and i ahve taken 5 tablates of entecavir .5 ,and now i stopped taking entecavir(OUR ECONOMIC CONDITION IS POOR,I AM WORRIED ABOUT STOP TAKING ENTECAVIR,AS I TAKE ONLY 5 TABLETS OF ENTOCAVIR, I STOPEED TAKING IT ONE DAYS AGO,IS IT VERY HARMFUL FOR ME TO STOP TAKING ENTECAVIR?),I AM SURPRISED WHY MY DOCTOR ADVISED TO TAKE ENTECAVIR,AS MY VIRAL LOAD IS TOO LOW,AND ANOTHER DOCTOR ADVISED ME NOT TO TAKE ENTECAVIR IF VIRAL LOAD IS LESS THAN 2000IU/ML. actually i tasted ALT(112) , 30 days ago of testing HBV DNA(49IU/ML).
There areGaelic Irish MacGees also.
i do not habit of any kind smoking,or alcohol,and my weight is only 53 kg(hight 5’8″),and i ahve taken 5 tablates of entecavir .5,and now i stopped taking entecavir. actually i tasted ALT(112) , 30 days ago of testing HBV DNA(49IU/ML).