I had a hep b shot back 1999. I never went back and got my 2nd or 3rd. Recently i got my 2nd. I gave a man whos unknown status oral sex for about 10 minutes. He never did have an orgasm. Im terrified. My 2 year old was just kidnapped by her dad 3 days ago. Ive had an ache underneath my ribs on the right side. And im leaking urine. Would the first shot have no effect because of how long its been? Could the second one be enough to help? Was inat risk????
I am so sorry to hear about your 2 year old. I hope you contacted the police about your child. Some that catch acute hepatitis b have flu like symptoms while some have no symptoms. The best thing to do is to go check and run a std panel. From my experience there is no leaking urine with hepatitis b symptoms, but everyone is different. I hope you find your daughter. For peace of mind please see your doctor and have your blood tested.
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