I was found to have HBsAg. So I asked my wife to test and these are results:
HEPATITIS B SURFACE ANTIGEN NEG
HEPATITIS B SURFACE ANTIBODY, AFTER VACCINATION NEG
HEPATITIS B CORE ANTIBODY POSITIVE
HEPATITIS B CORE IGM NEG
HEPATITIS B E ANTIBODY NON-REACTIVE
HEPATITIS BE ANTIGEN NON-REACTIVE
HEP B DNA, BLD, QL, PCR < 100
HEPATITIS B VIRUS DNA,SER,QN < 160
Is she infected and may have cleared it? Her Dr. asked that she get vaccinated which she did last week. Please I need your opinion.
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