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Hep. A , B , C
Sep 19, 2005

can you explain for me the following test results : 1)Hep.B surface antigen Negative. 2)Hep.B suface ab. negative.3)Hep.B core ab.-Total Negative. 4)Hep.c antibody ( HCV) Negative. 5)Hep.A antibody-total Positive. 6)Hep.A antibody-IgM Negative. do i need to get vaccinated of Hep.A and B ? Can i give blood donation? thank you very much for your answers.

Response from Dr. Dieterich

Good question! It means that you have had Hep A and are now immune. You do not have B or C.You should get hep B vaccine to protect you from Hep B. Everyone should have it! Stay well! DTD



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