|inactive carriers without Viremia
Aug 6, 2006
Hi Can an inactive [Hep B]carrier without viremia is a threat for infecting others by her blood or other body fluid? If YES, How? Thank you for your expert opinion.
Response from Dr. McGovern
We quantitate the degree of infectiousness by the amount of virus in the blood. So an inactive carrier is not a major risk to their partner. However, we still recommend vaccination of the partner, since an inactive carrier can become an active carrier again.
Cronic Hep B
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