Recently I have cronic HBsag possotive but wife have not Hbsag.She not taken any vaccination.What vaccination need to taken for my wife(Dose & Time).
Now we taking baby.Is it possible? any chance affect Hbsag my baby & wife after vaccination?
Your wife should take the standard 3-dose Hepatitis B vaccine. Practise safe sex until she has finished the vaccination, then test her level of HBsAb to make sure it is greater than > 10 iu/L. If not, get a booster shot and test again. Once your wife has protective immunity, she can conceive and the baby will not be affected. Of course, your baby should also receive the standard Hepatitis B vaccination at birth, like most babies do.
Before going for vaccination as suggested above, test her on antiHbs. It is possible that your wife has already had resolved acute HBV in the past and therefore has immunity. Acute HBV sometimes goes asymptomatic, or may produce flu like symptoms, so people do not notice it. If she has enough of antibodies (>10iU/ml) she does not need to be vaccinated.
If you also test her antiHbc total, you will find out if she has immunity from vaccination or from resolved infection.
My hbv DNa lavel 243 copies/mL. As per you advised My wife competed 1 year vaccination course (completion date 28/01/14) . Now her anti hbs lavel is 15000 mIU/mL. Would you please tell me this result is ok? If OK can i try taken baby? Need your other advice if required.
Now my hbv DNa lavel 543. bilirubin 1.4 SGPT 64.Taking medicine entacavir 0.5 from 4+ years . At this time i am feeling pain i upper abdomen & feeling tired.Is it liver cancer or side affect of medicine ? My doctor said that continue entacavir.
Entecavir is not working it is not possible to have high hbvdna after 4 years of use, add tenofovir and when hbvdna undetectable stop entecavir and keep tenofovir
tenofovir is the most potent aand no resistance
it is possible you are resistant hbvdna 500 iu/ml is too high
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