Feb 11, 2013
what dost it mean hbsag non reactive
| Response from Dr. Taylor
This means that you most likely do not have chronic hepatitis B infection. The caveat (small issue) is that if this is a new infection, the hbsag may not have become reactive yet so having this test repeated or getting a test for a recent infection can be helpful.
If this result remains non-reactive, the next step is to get vaccinated against hepatitis B if possible.
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