Hi my question is i got a girl friend i french kiss her 1 month before after 1 month she diagnose with Hbsag she tell me then i take first vaccine of hepatitis b next day of vaccine i do hbsag test which comes negative can i have chance getting hbsag
Hepatitis B can be 50 to 100 times easily transmitted sexually compared to HIV. HBV has been found in saliva and there is a risk of transmission with deep kissing more so if there are open cuts or sores in the mouth. Hepatitis C is spread through contact with an infected person’s blood if there are any genital sores or cuts or menstruation. Any sexual activity which might cause abrasions, cuts, or other trauma is especially risky for transmitting these diseases. HBsAg can be detected in an infected person’s blood an average of 4 weeks after exposure to the virus.For more queries and assistance visit a healthcare professional.
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