|Hep Titer negative
May 25, 2013
All 3 of the titers were negative. What is recomemnded?
Response from Dr. Taylor
There are a number of different tests for different types of hepatitis.
With the information you provide, I recommend reviewing with your doctor what specific tests, for which type of hepatitis, were obtained.
If your hepatitis B surface antibody is negative, I recommend that you get vaccinated against hepatitis B. If your hepatitis A test is negative, I recommend that you get vaccinated against hepatitis A. Unfortunately we do not yet have a vaccinate to protect against hepatitis C.
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