I would like to ask you concerning the HBV infection. I am chronic HBV and just knew this result last month.
I got 3 doses of HBV vaccine last 5 months and I don't know that I am infectious until a nurse called me that I was. So, is it possible that HBV vaccine can induced mutation? since my blood test indicated that HbeAb is positive, HbeAg is negative and HBV DNA = 1320 iu/ml.
I am 31 years old and my parents are negative to HBV. Is this too early to have HbeAb seroconversion for this age compared with other HBV sufferers???
without hbsag quant we have no info on your infection and possibility to clear, if you cant have it in Uk i do suggest to move to any european country by cheap ryanair flight to have it, the test is extremely cheap and easy (in italy about 7€ ready same day in best hospitals)
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