What abt the Antibodies to Hepatitis B

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Kashmiri
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   Posted 12/23/2005 6:56 AM (GMT -7)   
 I was just looking for some reliable person or organization which could help me..
 My problem is that..
       My HBsAg test(Elissa) report was Postiive..
       My doctor referred me for Antigent and Antibodies test.
        Antigen report was negative,while Antibodies' report was positive..
       I was referred for HBsAg by PCR(Qualitative)...in which disease couldnt be detected..
                           My Doctor has told me tht I had been infected with the disease..but my  immune system was able to clear the infection.......but my Elissa test is coming positive just because of Antibodies ....
          so my question is that,is it possible for me recover from these Antibodies..Or I just want the treatment so that my Elissa test should come negative......Please help me in this regard as its related to my future(Job)..
           hope to hear from u soon.                           Bye

lerie
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   Posted 12/27/2005 2:00 PM (GMT -7)   
Hi Kashmeiri, Unfortunately with or without the treatment the antibodies will probably always be there.Welcome to the site. I'm glad that your immune system at least fought off the disease itself. Please make sure you get all follow-up tests regularily.Hang in there. I'll pray for you
lerie


Kashmiri
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   Posted 12/29/2005 12:28 AM (GMT -7)   
Hi ...thx for the reply...
Well that may be a bad news for me....because all I wanted to ask is that isn't it possible to have my Elissa test negative.....because as long as the antibodies would be there..It would continuously be coming as positive....and as long as the test would be coming positive I can't go for the job,I like most.....well it seems as this job may not be fit for me...or else u can just say that in the case I m not cleared by this I would just be thankful to God for what is going on..thx for the reply once again.... bye

lerie
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   Posted 12/30/2005 2:10 PM (GMT -7)   
Hi Kashmire ,NO<NO<NO< ITs not bad news . There are 2 tests. one shows active or non active the other shows the anti-bodies. Talk to your Dr. He can probably Write letters or whatever that you've taken treatment & are non-infectious. Also he can explain this in much more detail with you. Take care & stay strong,stay safe.later....
lerie


Kashmiri
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   Posted 1/2/2006 6:08 AM (GMT -7)   
hi...thx for giving time to my post once again...
Well what I could understand with ur reply was that,actually u couldn't understand my problem......Although u r very much right that I m not infectious(thats what my doctor has also told me)...yet the problem is different...I m not worried abt my disease.....infact the problem is with my job....that I can't be declared fit until I clear the Hep "B" and "C" tests.....the medical authorities check the disease by Elissa method....they just want that negative...noting else.......So as I already have mentioned u people that what I have come to know that this test(Elissa) will be coming positive as there will be antibodies in my body...and most probably the Antibodies will always be there.......

So my main question was that,isn't it possible by any kind of treatment or else to bring the Elissa test in negative............dont be angry upon my asking this question again and again......bcoz U people can't understand my situation right now........u may just call it the question of "Life and Death" for me........



It would be much appreciated if U could directly email me......as sometime the notification from this website goes in my bulk mail and u understand the case with bulk mail.....it was by luck that I checked the bulk mail and found it there....else I might not have checked it.....my email ID is boy_From_kashmir@yahoo.com
...... thx again for ur reply........Bye

lerie
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   Posted 1/4/2006 10:16 PM (GMT -7)   
Hi KashmiriI'm not angry,in fact I too have liver disease too so i Know how bewildering all this can be.Sweetie I think your best bet really is to talk with a Dr. Also There is video Info on this site for hepc & hep B.I really don't know if there is treatment for the anti-bodies for hep b I have cirhosis caused by presription drugs, but my husband had hep c. When he took the treatment after fortunately early diagnosis, his antibodies still show. I know this isn't what you want to hear . I'm here if you want to talk. What type of job do you do?
lerie

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