Results Of HBsAg Examination And Administration Of Hepatitis Vaccine?
Tonight, I want to ask, I just checked the Lab, the results are HBsag non-reactive, and Anti-HBsag reactive (155 mIU / ml). My question is whether I should get vaccines with 3 times the administration, or enough with just one vaccine, given my workplace is very at risk of getting HBsag virus? thank you healthy greetings.
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Conditions which have positive anti HBS can occur because of 2 possible conditions viz
Ever before vaccines are usually not accompanied by a positive IgG profile Have been infected before, accompanied by a positive IgG profile It should be noted again whether or not they have previously experienced an infected condition. With a positive AntiHBS level, what happens is that your body has immunity to the hepatitis B virus. If classified as low levels can be given a booster one time giving, but if it will begin usually given 3 doses, namely 0 months, 1 month and 6 months.
But this can depend on the type of vaccine each. We recommend that you consult yourself before the vaccine to the doctor so that you can first estimate your current condition.
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