|Am I in the clear for HBV?
Jan 19, 2008
Post potential exposure, I have had a negative HBsAG at almost 8 weeks, and 10.5 weeks. Also at 10.5 weeks, I had a negative HBcAb and IgM antibody. Contact was protected oral and limited intercourse. Should I be in the clear at this point?
Response from Dr. McGovern
Sources vary but the incubation period is from one to four months. So you will need to see your physician for follow-up testing.
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