|gud day! anti-HAV(IgG) is non-reactive and anti HAV(IgM) non-reactive what does it mean?
Dec 21, 2008
gud day! anti-HAV(IgG) is non-reactive and anti HAV(IgM) non-reactive what does it mean
Response from Dr. McGovern
This means you have never been exposed to hepatitis A virus which is usually transmitted from contaminated food or water. If you are traveling to a high risk area you may want to be vaccinated.
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