Feb 23, 2006
My test result: HepB-HBsAg MEIA non reactive HepB-AntiHBs MEIA reactive 29.10mlUml HepB-AntiHBc (lgG&lgM)MEIA reactive HepB-AntiHBc lgM MEIA non reacitive
final interpretation: Evidence of previous infection; Evidence of immunity. no evedence of recent infection.
Is my blood dangeros for the other. Why the genekolog doctor said I have to take madicine for the baby if I get pragnent, and I dont have to donate my blood. The family doc said I had the virus before but now I don't have risk for the other of my self. Who is kright?
Response from Dr. McGovern
You have evidence of prior exposure to the virus but you yourself are not a "carrier" of the virus. You cleared the virus and you do not have to worry about transmitting the virus to your baby.
coinfection - delayed seroconversion?
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