I had an environmental encounter with possible tainted blood 3 months ago and I have been very concerned. I had an A vaccine but don't think I ever had a B.
At 1 month I was neg for Hbsag
At 2 months it took an Internet lab and was found reactive for Hbsag ( only test done)
When I got that result I went to my PCP and did a full spectrum (5 days after the + result), it was Neg for HBsag, neg for hbcab but pos for hbsab <3.10. dNA was undetectable quant ( range was 20 and above)
After this I got a B shot and waited 2 weeks
I was scared still so i went to a Gastro and she repeated the studies and got neg HBsag again , hbsab was below 10. ( not reported unless above on this test), waiting on 2nd DNA still
So anyone know what's going one here? What should I do?
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