stef not got answer to my question
now my brother has an immunity so he has no HBV infection.
her wife details is followes
My brother aged 29 years married on 9th September 2011 . on 10 November 2011 he came to know his wife is Hbsag possitve.with normal liver function she were also Hbsag positive Hbe negative,non reactive,DNA less than detectable on 10 November 2008 when her brother died of liver cirrhosis due to Hepatitis b.My brother is not vaccinated for HBV.He lastly come into sex exposure with her wife on 8th November 2011.At once he tested for Hbsag with negative result.and started the vaccine first dose at once
Her wife today on 22th november tested for HbeAg ,Anti Hbe ,HBV dna quantitative test..reports of that is awaited..my brother is now separate with her wife.
what are the chance of getting infected of my brother...and if infected what outcome may be..blood group of my brother o possitive...
DNA quantitative-non reactive-less than detectable
in 2011 november
hbeag-negative .6 value
anti hbe-possitive .o1 value
DNA quantitative-305 copies/ml
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