|Hep B "resolved"
Aug 14, 2004
I just read my Hep C records and found out that I had Hep B at one time. The charts indicates that the Hep B is "resolved". What does "resolved" mean relative to Hep B? I have never received vaccinations or treatment.
Response from Dr. McGovern
You probably had hepatitis B infection in the past but "resolved" it. This means that you do not have to be concerned about any permanent liver damage from hepatitis B infection.
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