Is it possible that I had or had HepB with the following blood results:
hepb surface antigen negative
hepb surface antibody negative
hepb core antibody, total negative
hepb core antibody, igm negative
hepb e-antigen negative
hepb e-antibody positive
My husband has hepb surface antibodies but was never vaccinated. We think he contracted the disease after we were married which put me at risk - I am very worried about my kids so i took the tests above and got the above results - i am confused and worried that i may have had it and therefore could have given to my kids at birth. please help decipher
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