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hbsag negative,
At 12 weeks I tested negative for hbsag. My question is if I am negative at that point would I also not be contagious at that point, even if later I become positive?
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Could someone please chim in if you have any information about the above question, thank you

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meaning you are now positive but 12mos. ago you are negative reallyworried1978??? =P
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No I just wanted to know if I was negative then (no virus in my blood) does that also mean I would not be conagious then, if I later become positive? I have yet to test positive and am in the window period of suspected exposure with some symptoms leading me to believe that it is HBV related.

Constipation
Fatigue
Difficulty Breathing
Abdominal Pain and
Night Sweats

Any insight is truly apprieciated,

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Im totaly clear. . .wla ng virus sa dugo q  in 3m0s gumaling aq dahil sa tintake qng sante pure barley capsule, nung augst q lng nlaman na my chronic hepa b aq nung nagpa cbc aq ang taas ng wbc q 14.60 tpz ung nagpa hepa b profile aq sb skn meron dw tlga q hepa b pero ndi q nid uminum ng gamot kc ung virus q daw is very low. . Nung nov.26 ngpa medical aq ulit nag pa cbc at hbsag aq nag n0rmal na,    
pure barley lng iniinum q. .
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Pls how did you clear. what did you do?
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This is a spammer selling herbs do not pay attention to it.
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