dear doctors, I would like to know what does this hbc igg means. because my hbc igg is positive but my hbsag is negative. i am confused if this means that i got infected or was just exposed but i am not a carrier. i need enlightenment about this matter.
but it doesn't mean that i am contagious right?
will there be a possibility that my hbc igg will be negative? coz i was able to donate blood twice but the third time they already refused to accept my blood because of my hbc igg was positive.but from the very start it already showed that my hbc igg is positive. does it mean that i will not be able to donate blood forever since i am positive for hbc igg? and lastly will there be a possibility that i am carrier of the virus?
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