|Hep.A test result
Jun 28, 2005
Hi doctor , can you explain fo me this result: Hep.A antibody Total Negative . Hep.A antibody IgM Negative . dose is that mean i have no antibodies in my blood to protect me from any infection of that virus ? Thank you Doctor
| Response from Dr. McGovern
Yes so you should get vaccinated if you are at risk. Other patients who should also consider hepatitis A vaccine are those who already have chronic liver disease. It is better to prevent any further stress on a sick liver.
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