May 11, 2002
Hi, I have been tested recently for Hep B and result shows: HepBs Antigen: Non-reactive HepBs Antibody: Reactive 18.9 mIU/ml
Do I need a booster? I am living with someone who is HepB carrier. What precautions should I take?
Response from Dr. Fried
The presence of anti-HBs indicates that you have developed protective immunity from the HBV vaccine. You do not need a booster.
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