It appears from your blood results that you've been vaccinated against Hep B and are therefore immune. It also seems that you have no apparent exposure or infection to hep b or c -- good news. Congratulations.
Helps me a lot of relief. Can you help me 1 more friend of mine who
has the results below.
Hepatitis Profile w/HCV:
HBsAg w/Titer (ECLIA) 0.439 COV 1.000 Non Reactive
Anti HBs (ECLIA) <2.00 IU/L COV 10.000 Non Reactive
HBeAg (ECLIA) 0.146 COV 1.000 Non Reactive
Anti HBe (ECLIA) 1.660 COV 1.000 Non Reactive
Anti -HAV IgM (ECLIA) 0.497 COV 1.000 Non Reactive
Anti HBc IgG (ECLIA) 2.230 COV 1.000 Non Reactive
Anti HCV (ECLIA) 0.095 COV 1.000 Non Reactive
School/job/insurance screening for you two, perhaps? :)
Your friend's results also appear to demonstrate both no exposure and no active infection of either hep, but it appears from the bloodwork that there has NOT been vaccination against hep b.
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