Have you been tested for HBSab after finishing the 3 course shots of vaccine to ensure that the vaccine had worked properly and therefore HBSab reading should be >1000iu/ml. if less value < 10iu/ml found for this specific test at that time a 4th boosting vaccine should ve been taken to wake up memory.
if no HBS ab was done yes possible to get infected because HBSab value was bellow <10ui/ml since the couse of 3 vaccine didn't achieve a ggod anti bodies score.
Thanks , i did not have any test. Now what should i do, because i performed 3 sec oral sex on csw and after that i have been having lot of symptoms including itching skin all over body, nasuea and strangly all veing in body have been more apparent. If someone is infected now so is antibody test is good or should i go for any other test available.
To start with do your HBSab test to confirm that the 3 shot vaccines worked a test result should show >10ui/ml.
if bellow take HBSag test if positive need further test meaning that you are HBV infected person, but if negative you need to have a 4th boost to bring your HBSab level up and perform the same test after a month from the shot. Saying all this Hepqatitis b as explained by our valuable member Stef2011 has no symtoms. I beleive hep b can not be transfered via oral sex unless there is blood present according to some research i have done in this subject and stef 2011 can correct me on this if i am wrong.
for your skin itching that is different we need more info do you have any red bump irrected on the skin or just normal apparent skin itchiness.
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