after ive donated my blood on a certain blood bank, later ive found out that i do have HBV on my system, yes. after they've examine my blood. few days after ive tried to run blood test on a recognized testing center on our city.later then i found out thats its undenyably am a carrier of this virus.(HBV). something that bother me cuz i do have my antibodies when im young and theirs a RE-ACTIVE word on a certain point of it.
what does it mean anyways?
as ive checked to a specialist. and wondering about those three shots that he did told me, is it posible for me to have a shot of it to cure this HBV on my system? or just consistently follow his advice to wait for the activation of my Hb to have a shot of it? which is better to have a shot before or make it positive and have a shot of it?
hope to have advice from those ideas you have.
thank and God bless
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