I am taking the hepa b preventive vaccination and i have already taken 2 vaccinations with the interval of 1 month.
My question is...When should i take the 3th vaccination???
Here is the vaccination i have taken:
I took the 1st on 8 April and the 2nd on 8 May.
Difficult to answer. For babies vaccinated at birth, some research indicates some will lose their antibodies and does require a booster. But does it mean they have lost their immunity? I am not so sure as there is such a thing a immunity memory. My unprofessional reply is that if you have developed antibodies after vaccination, you will be protected for at least 10 years and more. Your antibodies level will remain high if you have constant exposure to the virus, otherwise, over time, the level of antibodies will drop.
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