i had sex with Hepatitis B unknow status girl 28/10/2012 it was oral with condom then moved on her butt and teased it out just frottage while friction condom went out i am not sure if some of her mouth secretion salvia leaks from the condom and touched my penis while friction i tested for Hepatitis B one month post exposure it was antigen test and result negative also cbc it was good the livre condition so i took vaccinated against Hepatits B first dosage was 16/12/2012 and second one was 16/01/2013 waiting for the last one after 5 months about my concern if i test now what is kind of test is accurate after two dosages of vaccination because i heard the antibodies result will be positive sure after vaccination and did i put myself at risk from sexual activity explained here please help me
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