Jan 3, 2008
what are the chances of the child of getting a hepa B, if the father is a carier of a hepa B and the mother is not infected or non-reactive.
| Response from Dr. McGovern
As long as the mother stays hepatitis B free, there is no risk. The mother should be vaccinated to prevent sexual transmission.
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