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i have a test result , can anyone please help me
im a hepa B carrier ,  and i have my girlfriend have a blood test and here is the result:


HBsAG                non reactive
Anti-HBS           -  non reactive

HBeAG                non reactive
Anti-HBe           -  reactive

Anti-HBc-IgM       -no reactive
Anti HBc-IgG       -reactive
anti-HAV-IgM      - non reactive
Anti-HAV-IgG       -reactive
Anti-HCV           - non reactive

any comments?  , is these mean she has been infected with hepa B before? and been heal?
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422881 tn?1257607179
If I read this right, she has never had HBV and is also not immune. So she needs to get vaccinated.

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422881 tn?1257607179
Also....She does not have Hepatitis A or C.

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I agree with NashPred: She has not been exposed to HepB and needs to be vaccinated.
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I think she has been exposed to HBV in the past (past six months from the day of testing) but managed to clear the infection,  presence of anti Hbc IgG is a sure enough proof for  that. Whats funny with the results is that HbsAb is non reactive, am not quite sure whether the antibodies can wane with time. All in all, I think the results are inconclusive. Let her go for a vaccination anyway for future protection now that she doesnt have the antibodies.
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