when did you get your first shot of vaccine.
If all test were negative and the first shot was taken i month ago.
you can test for HBSab to see if you start building anti bodies a good number to see in this test is >10ui/ml
Well your question is understood, the virus will be in your blood after aprox 3 months =12 weeks.
my question which u didn't answer when did you have your first vaccine shot. also when you tested HBSab it was negative, as stated above if your 1st vaccine was done a month ago i would retest myself for HBSab and i am after seeing a positive result in this latter. Normally having a positive HBSab would mean 2 thing either HBV infection and for this HBSag must be positive, or recently injected with Hep B vaccine and in your case it is the second one.
to sum up after the vaccine you should have positive HBSab >10ui/ml and Negative HBSag= vaccine had worked on you and no need to panic anymore.
My problem is that before vaccination
I am sure that there is no hepatitis virus in the my blood.
If I'm in the fourteenth week of the test HBs-Ag and HBs-Ab negative is characterized by that I do not have hepatitis. Is that true?
nO hEP b IF
HBS ag +HBSab NEGATIVE.
BUT BEAR IN MIND YOU ARE NOT IMUNED FOR HEP B THEREFORE YOU NEED TO MINITOR HBS AB AFTER THE THIRD MONTH MEADING AFTER 1 MONTH FROM THE SECOND HEP VACCINE. ALSO ON THE 7TH MONTH AFTER A MONTH FROM THE 3RD VACCINE. THIS WAY YOU CAN TELL THAT YOUR SYSTEM HAS BUILT ANTI BODIES
HBSAB POSITIVE >10UI/ML IN MOST CASES THE READING IS 1000 UI/ML AFTER THE 3 COURSE OF VACCINE INTAKE. IF LESS THAN 10UI/ML A 4TH VACCINE IS NEEDED ON THE 12TH MONTH TO BOOST IT.
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