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My partner is tested HBsAg negative while I am hbeag negative and hbeab positive.
My partner is HBsAg- despite my being HBeAg- and HBeAb+ and we have been active sexually for about 7 months now. What could have been responsible for that? Can intimacy continue and this means there is a guarantee that she will not get infected at least from me?
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Hi, like I mentioned as the antigens are negative you are unlikely to be infective, so she may not get the infection. Chronic hepatitis B is a spectrum of disease usually characterized by the presence of detectable hepatitis B surface antigen (HBsAg) in the blood or serum for longer than six months. If both the antigens HBsAg and HBeAg are not reactive you do have the infection now. Regards.
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