That is my hope too, though someone on another forum suggested it was an old chronic infection because my eAntigen is negative. Also my viral load was in 5 million and they said this is what happens over the years that is slowly goes up... now, I believe they may be wrong as my viral load went from a few thousand to a few million in a matter of months.
For whatever reason, I get the sneaking suspicion that I'm virus free but the damage was done and now I have a long road to recovery. Just me feelings.... I'll cross my fingers. Has anyone mentioned that they cleared the virus longer than 6 months time? Every day seems to be a struggle but less so than before.
For numbers sake, here is what happened the last 2 tests:
Protein, Total, Serum: 7.3 g/dL
Albumin, Serum: 4.3 g/dL
Bilirubin, Total: 0.6 mg/dL
Bilirubin, Direct: 0.15 mg/dL
Alkaline, Phosphatase: 59 IU/L
These numbers have gone down over the months:
AST (SGOT): 42 -- Previous was 77 at start and then decreased to 53 before it got to this number
ALT (SGPT): 90 -- Previous was 127 to start and then 119 before it got to this number
Unfortunately, these numbers have gone up:
HBV IU/mL: 5,635,700 IU/mL (previously 272,980)
log10 HBV IU/mL: 6.751 log10IU/mL (previously 5.436)
HBV Copies/mL: 32,799,800 Copies/mL (previously 1,588,800)
log10 HBV copies/mL: 7.516 log10copy/ML (previously 6.201)
May I add that the last test did not report the eAntigen as being negative? As a matter of fact, it didn't report it at all...
Post Edited (luckyman316) : 1/3/2014 1:23:04 PM (GMT-7)