I m a medical professional. I am newly diagnosed woth Hepatitis B.
HBs Ag positive and HBe Ag negative till now.
HB core antibodies total- High.
Viral titre is High measured by Real time PCR. Value is 63 IU/ml(469 CPS/ml).
I m unmarried. I wanna know, Can i get married to Hepatitis B Nonreactive person? Moreover, what r the chances of spread to kids in family?
in essence with this low level of viremia you do not require treatment and the chances of vertical and sexual transmission are extremely low. If your sexual partner has protective antibody to HBV as acquired from the immunization series, then there is negligible risk.
you should flag all diagnostics for appropriate answer for yourself, rest in case you marry any body he must be immunized and confirmed with antibody titres, Well vertical chances are quite less but "Chances are there", by ensuring few measures you can avail precautions for the sake of safe future family life.
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