i am two month hep b postive with my redult
hbcab postive igm
what are the advantage and disadvantage of taking the vacination now? i am thinking of taking tommorow if it helps my immunity system
I think from your previous post you have a acute infection. Acute infection is cleared 95% of the time. The odds are in your favor, but make sure you eat healthy and take good care of your health, abstain from alcohol and cigarettes. To much stress , anxiety and depression will also affect the outcome of your infection. Please do not worry to much and have faith in GOD that you will overcome your acute infection. Some of us born with this disease only had a 5% chance to clear, while you have 95%. If you worry to much it might affect your outcome.
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