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Author Topic: Lab results+hep q?  (Read 204 times)

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Offline texaninnyc87

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Lab results+hep q?
« on: June 25, 2014, 05:41:36 PM »
Just got my latest labs. Still UD cd4s kind if low around 09 but the percentage is up to 35 which is more important right?

I was reading through my results online and I tested reactive for hep a b qual and just hep a. I just finished my last round of vaccines so I'm a little confused about this. Also my doc hasn't called or messaged me like I would've expected testing positive for hep.

I'd mostly been worried about catching C...
Dxd: 9/11/12
Blot confirmed: 11/12
12/12 cd4: 280 (20%) vl: 129,000
1/13 $tribild
2/13 cd4: 350 (26%) vl: 80
4/13 cd4: 510 (29%) vl:: 35
6/13cd4 350 (31%) vl: 21
9/13 cd4 492 (30%) vl: ud
12/13 cd4 846 (36%) vl: 100
1/14 cd4 480 (31%) vl: UD
3/14 cd4 650 (33%) vl: UD
6/14 cd4 410 (35%) vl: UD

Offline Jmarksto

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Re: Lab results+hep q?
« Reply #1 on: June 25, 2014, 06:00:34 PM »
tex;

It may be that your test results are indicating that your are reactive to the antibody (not the virus) which would indicate that your vaccinations are working.  Check out this...

http://www.hepb.org/patients/your_blood_tests.htm

I had similar questions when I saw my results and my doc explained it to me.
03/15/12 Negative
06/15/12 Positive
07/11/12 CD4 790          VL 4,000
08/06/12 CD4 816/38%   VL 49,300
08/20/12 Started Complera
11/06/12 CD4   819/41% VL 38
02/11/13 CD4   935/41% VL UD
06/06/13 CD4   816/41% VL UD
10/28/13 CD4 1131/45%  VL 25
02/25/14 CD4   792/37%  VL UD
07/09/14 CD4 1004/39%   VL UD

Offline aaware72

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Re: Lab results+hep q?
« Reply #2 on: June 25, 2014, 06:54:43 PM »
tex;

It may be that your test results are indicating that your are reactive to the antibody (not the virus) which would indicate that your vaccinations are working.  Check out this...

http://www.hepb.org/patients/your_blood_tests.htm

I had similar questions when I saw my results and my doc explained it to me.

Yes this is how my doctor explain it to me also. 
"Yes, knowledge is power. Self-knowledge brings mastery of one's body."

 


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