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Hepatitis????

Discussion in 'Diagnostic Guidelines and Laboratory Testing' started by Folk, Dec 24, 2014.

  1. Folk

    Folk Senior Member

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    I've had my tests back and the result (among lots of things) was:

    Gamma GT 12 (normal range 15-73)
    TGP 83 (normal 21-72)

    Hepatitis B Anti HBS: REACTIVE - 65 (not reactive <8, inconclusive 8-12, reactive >12)

    Hebatitis A Anti HAV Total: REACTIVE - 0,12 (reactive <0,80; Inconclusive between 0,80 and 0,99; not reactive >0,99)

    I have been vaccinated 10 years ago... Is that just the vaccine or it might be something?
     
  2. alex3619

    alex3619 Senior Member

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    You need viral titres to tell the difference between antibody response to virus versus vaccine. However its unusual to have such a strong response after ten years, so a suspicion of infection is not unwarranted. Your medical practitioner should be able to advise you.
     
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  3. Folk

    Folk Senior Member

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    Yes thanks Alex
    I will scheduele a appointment but in this time of year it'll take forever, so I asked here to see if anyone knew.


    I had the same thought on the strong response....

    Plus they say the Vaccine are supposed to last 5 to 10 years... (even though it can last up to 20)
     

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