|anti HAVIgG reactive
May 11, 2013
Good day! Could a vaccine make the reactive anti HAVIgG non reactive? Is a reactive HAVIgG infectious? thank u!
| Response from Dr. Young
Hi and thanks for posting.
A positive HAV IgG indicates either previous infection or vaccination. The test does not indicate anything about infectivity, but most people with positive IgGs are not contagious.
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