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Hepatitis B detected, now what to do.

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Hello everyone,

I am very stressed because Hepatits B detected in my body. I am living in australia from last 5 years. After long struggle I applied permanent residency 8 months ago and i am scared for my medical clearance. Please help me what to do? Any one have any experince or anyone can give me any information or some advice. I am sharing report.

Thanks

 

 

HepBsag negative

Hepbsab detected

HBsab level 372 miu/ml

HepB coreAb detected

Hep B eAb detected

HepA-IGM Negative

 

Report says evidence of previous Hep B infection . But No evidence of current acute or chronic Hepatits Infection.

 

 

S GGT 155 U/L

S ALT 98 U/L

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Whenever there is a medical issue with visas you should speak to a specialist agent. George Lombard is an agent that specializes in this

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it's treatable. get treated, earlier is better to reduce/prevent cirrhosis scarring.   Be careful who you sleep/shoot up with!   It can be vaccinated against, I've not checked your results, it's not the result of false +ve following immunisation?

 

 

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My doctor is saying I don’t need any treatment because virus is not active in my body . It was active (I was unaware of it) now result came negative (HapBsag is negative) my body heals its own but I don’t know what gona happen in future.

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What is the update for your application for Pr? please update me?.Same situation. thanks

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On 08/02/2018 at 15:45, pb02 said:

My doctor is saying I don’t need any treatment because virus is not active in my body . It was active (I was unaware of it) now result came negative (HapBsag is negative) my body heals its own but I don’t know what gona happen in future.

Any update for of your pr visa application? 

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