Jul 15, 2007
I took my hepatitis b vaccine (all three) in november 2005. Last month, i took a blood test and here are my results;HEP B sur AB- NEGATIVE. HEP B SUR AG- POSITIVE. HEP C VIR AB IGG- NEGATIVE. HEP A VIR AB IGM- NEGATIVE. HEP B COR AB IGM- NEGATIVE. What do these results mean.
Response from Dr. McGovern
It appears that you were actually exposed to hepatitis B before you were vaccinated. You will want to get more testing - especially HBV DNA and HBeAg testing.
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