I had a concern and i wanted to listen to your opinion. As i have already stated, i had a follow up anti hbs and anti hbc test. What troubles me is that lab doc didn't wanted to have a new fresh blood simple from me and said she could use the old one(3 days precisely).
My anxiety comes from the possibility if the blood test was inappropriate and the virus had fade from it.
What you think?
Anti-has= anti-hbs, sorry for typo
By reading at your result above, your anti-hbc is negative mean you have never been exposed to hbv, and your anti-Hbs is negative mean you are not immune to hep b virus yet.
if you were indeed vaccinated for hep b as a baby, either it did not work, or you've never taken it. Otherwise, the anti-has should have been reactive.
Hello to you.
I had further tests for hbv:
-(HBsAg negative 0.2)
-Anti-HBs negative 1.1 mIU/mL
-Anti-HBC negative 0.1
What do you suggest?
*i remind my hy alt(82) and that these tests being done 33 days after last sexual exposure.
Hbsag is visible in blood 1-9 weeks after the virus enters the body. Transaminases and cholesterol may be high because of many other health issues, not only hbv.
Nobody here could suggest me if my test is conclusive?
So no need to test again? You know testing is stressful and difficult that's why I'm asking.
Hi if you tested 8 weeks post exposure then its conclusive.