My understanding is that virus needs to be in body and have multiplied quite a bit for the virus to be passed on. So although I am not a doctor, the next day may not be such a risk as it can take up to a month or so to really multiply and show symptoms. Are you concerned with this for a reason?
Thanks for responding. Yeah, I ask as I feel I may have been recently exposed but not known I may have been exposed until about 36 hours after the event. After about 24 hours I was in a position where, if infected, I may have put somebody else at risk. That make sense?
3 year ago i tested for hbsag at that time my hbasg range was .5 now after 3 year i tested again now my hbsag range is >600. Is this indication that virus is multiplying in my body and my infection is turning toward chronic phase?plz help me in this regard i also reported for hbv dna by pcr method what will be he expected result of dna test ?
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