Aug 31, 2013
what happens if hbsag test becomes positive?
| Response from Dr. Taylor
The hepatitis B surface antigen test being positive means that a person has hepatitis B.
It is beneficial to have this repeated over time, because the infection can go away on its own in the early period of infection, and the surface antigen can go away.
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