Hi I am 25Y Female,Married found Cronic Hepatisis B in the year 2011. my husband tested negative and veccinated.My doctor prescribed entecivir 0.5 mg(entaliv-0.5).I have taken the same since last two years.During Nov 2011 My HBV DNA level -38652 IU/ml,HBsAg-1843.86 IU/ml,SGPT-26 U/L,HBeAg-0.64 and again on Dec 2012 HBV DNA level -<20,HBsAg-2858.31 IU/ml,SGPT-40 U/L,HBeAg-.27,Anti- HBe-0.02,Anti- HBc=11.64 and on Oct 2013 HBV DNA level -not detected,HBsAg-<250.
Now I am planning for Baby.Is it the right time for me??
My question is
within how much time after birth vaccine to be given to child?
What is the success rate of vaccine to prevent new born baby from hepatisis B if mother is HBV+??
Is there any chance that HBV is transmitted to baby before birth? in that case is vaccine useful for such new born??
ok lang n magkababy ka basta paglabas ng baby within 12 hrs b4 m xang ipanganak kailangan mabakunahan agad xa ng hepa vaccine para d mo xa mahawaan....base sa experience ko positive ako sa hepa b,,,nadetect lang xa ng 2007 ng pregnant ako,,,un ung advise sa akin ng dr. Kaya sa hospital ako nanganak para mabigyan agad ng hepa vaccine ang anak ko...sa awa ng dios non reactive xa...nag breastfeed ako almost 2 years kasi nga mahirap lang kami d ko kayang mag bottle feeding...ngaun 5 years old na ang anak ko..pina laboratory ko ulit xa sa awa ng dyos non reactive pa rin after ng laboratory nya pinabukanahan ko ulit xa ng hepa vaccine...and next nabakuna nya pa 10 years old na xa....advise kasi sa akin ng dr after 5 years daw ng anak ko pabakunahan ko ulit para sa siguredad nya.......
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