Is It Normal For Hospitals To Give A Hepatitis Vaccine To A Newborn
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Tufts University School of MedicineI would first have your wife tested to be certain that she formed protective antibodies to the vaccine - in other words be certain that the vaccine worked. Also ask your physician how often he wants her to be checked for her surface antibodies since... Read more »
Johns Hopkins University, School of MedicineGiven your undetectable viral load, CD4 count of 474 (which is almost normal), and absence of clinical symptoms, I do not think that you pose a greater threat of infection to this infant than any other non-HIV infected person. Obviously if you... Read more »
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Posted by Jessie, 3 RepliesI recently had my husband come to me, upset, crying and concerned about his brothers two newborn twins and the fact that me and my husband are both HIV+. Apparently, the brother confronted my husband about being with the newborns and washing his... Read more »
Posted by MarkyMark, 3 RepliesI know this doesnt have anything to go with HIV, but there were no forums for Hepatitis-B so I figure I would give this a shot. I have been goin through an acute episode of Hepatitis-B for 3 months now and cant seem to find anyone out there who has... Read more »
Posted by jpk, 1 ReplyI tested positive in May of 1986 and was transferred to Naval Hospital Bethesda for evaluation and treatment. I would like to hear from anybody else who was there during 1986-88.
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Posted by Survivor, 16 RepliesWill is in the Hospital..
Please say some prayers for William.. Last night Will was having severe abdominal pains and could not sleep the entire night. At six am Wednesday I took him to the ER. He went through a battery of tests, and xrays He... Read more »
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