Aug 12, 2006
gud am doc!i was really confused why i have hepa b because i was imunized before when i was 10 years for hepa b.why did it happen when im 22 years old and had a medical check up i was diagnosed of hepa b?how did it happen and will it get worst for how many years it will get worst?
| Response from Dr. McGovern
That sounds somewhat odd to me.
If you have been vaccinated, you should have a surface antibody that is positive and nothing else in your panel should be positive. I would want to be certain that this is the case.
The only other thing may be perinatal transmission, eg, you got it as a baby from your mother. This occurs more commonly in countries such as Taiwan, and others.
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