I was diagnosed with Hep c in 2007... tested negative for hep a and b. Received both vacines for A and B in March 2007. Been having some health issues and had unprotected sex with a woman in July 2010 that had hep b at one time. My symptoms are severe itching, pale colored stool and tired. Having Hep C these are the same symptoms. I just found out yesterday this person had hep B and had all the blood work today, after the Hep A and B vaccines what are my chances of getting this from her.
none if you checked the antibodies after vaccine since they don t work 100% antibodies titer must be controlled
you have also to control if you had hbv already before vaccine because hbv is usually transmitted at birth in countries where it is common
hbv and hcv have no synthoms it is very rare to develop sysnthoms and they are so general that can be many many disease, the only way to know is blood tests
if vaccine developped the antibodies you have zero chance to get hbv
hav is nothing to worry because even if you had no vaccine it clears in 100% cases
hcv is the real danger because it gets cronic in almost all cases and even after it gets cleared you can get infected again
hello, i just want to have some advices since i also have this illness, i was diagnosed last april 2012. having a chronic hepa b. and before i was diagnosed me and my boyfriend had sex...im worried for him. is it possible that i transmit the virus in that time we intercourse?
and since it almost 4 months it was happen isnt it too late to have him vaccinated?
please help..thank you
thank you for the positive information you've given..my boyfriend is exposed of unhealthy lifestyle sometimes..if he get positive what would happen to him..can vaccine sill cure him?
and for me,what are foods that are good for me...
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