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HbSAg HBeAg Negative and ANTI HBcAg-IgM Negative
During Malaria Treatment I was tested for HbSAg and which was found reactive and hence we gone for HBeAg and ANTI HBcAg-IgM Which was found negative .. So what is its meaning and should I go for Vaccination of Hapetitis B .I am Nervous and confused Am I harmfull for My Wife/Family? Can I go for a Baby(Intercourse) what is the treatment (if Any) Please help
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you alreadu got an answer:
vaccine, you are alredy infected, no use for you

your tests:
you need to recheck for hbsag and hbsab

ANTI HBcAg-IgM Which was found negative
you were cronic

hbeag/hbeab
not important if you dont take drugs

what to do now:
hbsag/hbsab, hbvdna pcr tests
your family must get vaccine

if yuare very lucky you got rid of hbv because some antimalaria drugs work on hbv too
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