|HbsAg, Anti-HbsAg Results
Mar 18, 2008
This are my result of test. HbsAg - Negative, Anti-HbsAg-Reactive. I just want to know whats your interpretations of this results. Am I infected with HEPA B? do I need treatment? Will this affect my employment?
Response from Dr. McGovern
If your surface antigen is non-reactive, you do not have the disease. Your surface antibody is positive so you are protected.
5 weeks conclusive ?
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