Explanation Of The Results Of The Hepatitis B Hbeag Test?
Hi Tina R Agustine,
Hepatitis B infection is an infection caused by the hepatitis B virus which causes inflammation of the liver which can be acute or chronic. Hepatitis B infection is obtained from direct contact between body fluids of people with hepatitis B through several routes such as injecting drugs, having sex without using a condom, or through blood donation or unsterilized piercing.
Several tests on hepatitis B virus infection include conducting an HBeAg examination to examine the envelope or part of the envelope of the hepatitis B virus. With a reactive result, it means that there is still active replication of the hepatitis B virus in the body and transmission can occur because the virus is still active.
We recommend that you do a consultation with a doctor with the results of the examination you have done to get an explanation of the results concluded also from the physical and supporting examinations such as blood tests that have been carried out or ultrasound to determine the condition of the liver so that conclusions can be drawn from the examinations that you have done. live related to your medical condition and your husband.
In addition, take medication regularly and also have regular check-ups with your doctor to continue to evaluate your condition. Avoid engaging in risky sexual behavior such as frequently changing partners and temporarily use condoms when having sex. Avoid exposure to cigarette smoke and also avoid drug use. Eat nutritious foods to keep your immune system strong.
I hope this information is helpful.