What does this mean
Jul 13, 2008
HBs AG. . . . . . . . NEGATIVE ( )
HBc AB. . . . . . . . POSITIVE H
HAV IGM . . . . . . . . . . .
HCV AB. . . . . . . . Negative
He did not explain what this meant all he said was i was exposed in the past. I did recieve my Hep b Shots when i was a child. I was just wondering if someone could please tell me what this means? Also can i pass this to other people. The doctor said that i dont have Hep. B, but its thats the case why did one come back Pos!!
Response from Dr. Holodniy
Your doctor is correct. The test results indicate past exposure and immunity.
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