Hep B From Kissing
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyHow likely is it to get infected with Hep B through kissing (1-2 minutes) and unprotected blow job and unprotected cunnilingus? Would a coinfection slow down the immune systems' ability to produce antibody? I only got the first 2 shots of the 3... Read more »
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Tufts University School of MedicineIt is good news that you are an inactive carrier. But you will always need follow-up to be certain that your disease stays inactive. Your partner should get vaccinated against hepatitis B to be certain that she is immunized. She should have testing... Read more »
Tufts University School of MedicineIf you were negative for hepatitis B three years ago and did not have any significant exposures since (sexual intercourse with someone with chronic hepatitis B, drug use, etc) then I do not think there is a need for screening first. Hepatitis B is... Read more »
Tufts University School of MedicineYour hepatitis B panel confirms that you have been protected. I would not bother with the other panel of tests for hepatitis B or for any of the other STDs. Continue to use good judgment; keep in mind condoms for any sexual intercourse you may have... Read more »
Tufts University School of MedicineFirst of all - I am very impressed with all of your concerns for your partner. You are obviously a very caring partner.The best answer here is to go to a physician together who is very knowledgeable about hepatitis B and to be counseled together. I... Read more »
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