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hepa-b anti-hbs

pls help me interpret my hbsag titer - 4.102, cut-off Values =0.105 and the result is Reactive... it this chronic hepa-b? my husband anti-hbs, 0.995 hbs, cut-off values = 0.105 result is Reactive... if he is reactive, does this mean that he can not have the virus, since he is already expose with me? I really need your advice thank you....
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You are right: if he is HBsAB+ then your HBV cannot affect him.
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