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delayed seroconversion due to a history of illness
      #43861 - 11/14/02 02:56 AM

I've had quite a few illnesses in the past two cases of Mono, Recurrent Malaria and also Cerebral Malaria. I've also had Hep A the question I have is a normal healthy person usually seroconverts within three months. Do you think a person who has been exposed to quite a few illnesses would take longer to seroconvert?



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Re: delayed seroconversion due to a history of illness new
      #43865 - 11/14/02 08:14 AM

No. That would not delay seroconversion.



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Re: delayed seroconversion due to a history of ill new
      #43867 - 11/14/02 09:14 AM

I agree, that should have nothing to do with sero conversion. It normally happens within a few weeks of infection and many poeople never expeience any ill health because oif it!



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