may hepa b poh acu,nlman cu lng poh 2 nung nag apply acu ng work at nid ng medical at bumagsak po acu nag pa hepa profile n poh acu at ang resulta po ng mga medical co sa dugo lng daw po acu my hepa nahawa po acu s dati kong bf at may anak po kmi my posibilidad po b n mahawa dn ung bata?at may pag asa pa poh b na gumaling aco/.anu2 po ang dapat co gawin gzto co pa po m2pad mga pangarap cu para s anak co. . maraming salamat po. . hintayin cu poh ang sagot
ngpa konsulta ka na ba? depende sa result ng hepa profile mo if infectious ka or hindi..regarding nman sa mga anak m.. as long as na vaccinated cla e hindi ka nman mkakahawa sa kanila.. besides via blood lang nahahawa un. san mo ba balak mg abroad? strict ang UAE pgdating sa hepa b.. pero my ibang countries na u have to undergo lang ng hepa profile and kpag nkita nila na hindi ka nmn infectious, mkakaalis ka
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