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I was vaccinated for Hepatitus A and B prior to chemo is it still good?
I was vaccinated for Hepatitis A and B in early 1995. In early 2008 I underwent chemo for MM. I was asked earlier this year if I have had Hepatitis B as I now have an enlarged Spleen and Non alcoholic cirrhosis of the liver. Are they seeing residual antibodies and is my vaccination still viable. What test need to be done?
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To test whether you have Hepatitis B is to test whether HBsAg is positive. To test whether you still have protective immunity against Hepatitis B from your vaccination in 1995, is to test for the presence and quantity of your HBsAb, it should be positive and above 10 miu/ml.
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Thanks!!
I'll see if my Oncologist will add it to my monthly labs.
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