suggestions: if you have been living with someone for almost 3 months, and you found out a drug is being taken call vidred but they have not told you, and you have given all indications that you think something else is being taken but they are not saying anything and when you asked what prescriptions they proceed to tell you drugs for high blood pressure and cholesterol, how would you handle this?
Are there reasons someone won't tell you? Would you be taking this drug for no reason at all?
it is simply an hbv antiviral, just talk to that person for 2 reasons:
hbv is not dangerous for adults and can become chronic on immune suppressed, only 4%.it is extremely dangerous at birth when mother infected or to babies in this cases it is the opposite about 90% or more get chronic
in western countries hbv vaccine is routine
hbv cant be transmistted by blood only when on viread and hbvdna und and t is difficult to transmit anyway
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