Chronic Hepatitis B is a result of infection by the Hepatitis virus. It is a serious infection caused to the liver. It is a life threatening disease and can trigger cirrhosis and cancer of liver.
HbeAb stands for Hepatitis B Envelope Antigen and Antibody. HbeAB is one of the six tests to identify Hepatitis B. This test is done to detect the extent of infection of the Hepatitis virus in the blood. This test identifies current or past presence of Hepatitis antibodies in blood. It is also important to go in for HB virus testing to know how susceptible you are to spread this virus and whether the virus is reproducing itself in your body.
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|City||Average Price||Starting Price||Price Upto|
|Bangalore||Rs. 1965.00||Rs. 500.00||Rs. 4500.00|
|Chennai||Rs. 759.00||Rs. 150.00||Rs. 1800.00|
|Ghaziabad||Rs. 688.00||Rs. 450.00||Rs. 850.00|
|Hyderabad||Rs. 944.00||Rs. 300.00||Rs. 2500.00|
|Jaipur||Rs. 627.00||Rs. 120.00||Rs. 1800.00|
|Kolkata||Rs. 920.00||Rs. 500.00||Rs. 1600.00|
|Lucknow||Rs. 700.00||Rs. 600.00||Rs. 800.00|
|Madurai||Rs. 650.00||Rs. 500.00||Rs. 800.00|
|Mumbai||Rs. 895.00||Rs. 180.00||Rs. 1200.00|
|Nalgonda||Rs. 570.00||Rs. 400.00||Rs. 800.00|
|Delhi||Rs. 1013.00||Rs. 750.00||Rs. 1290.00|
|Noida||Rs. 939.00||Rs. 440.00||Rs. 1815.00|
|Panjim||Rs. 632.00||Rs. 350.00||Rs. 900.00|
|Pune||Rs. 704.00||Rs. 350.00||Rs. 1000.00|
|Sirsa||Rs. 337.00||Rs. 180.00||Rs. 500.00|
|Srikakulam||Rs. 605.00||Rs. 400.00||Rs. 800.00|
|Thane||Rs. 800.00||Rs. 500.00||Rs. 1100.00|
|Tirupati||Rs. 398.00||Rs. 200.00||Rs. 600.00|
Hepatitis tests are recommended when a person has acute Hepatitis B infection. The hepatitis virus going from Hbeag to HbeAb is actually a favorable thing for the recovery process.
HbeAb testing involves extracting typically 1-2ml of blood. The blood after extraction is placed into a tube for finding out whether the person will test positive or negative. A positive HbeAb indicates a less active infection but still you have chances of infecting others with the virus are very minute or next to zero. When the test result is negative, it is said that no antibody or antigen or genetic material related to Hepatitis B is present in your blood. However regular monitoring of blood should be done with a liver specialist to reduce chances of developing HBE negative mutations.
Tests for detecting Hepatitis B are often ordered in a combination by the doctor only because results of 2 tests are interdependent on each other.