The Possibility Of Transmission Of Hepatitis From The Fluid Removed By The Patient’s Wound?

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I want to ask, can the hepatitis B virus be transmitted from white fluid coming out of a blisterous body … to family and others … and one more can my child be infected after being injected with the hepatitis and immunoclubin vaccine at birth

1 Answer:

Hello Djaelani

Hepatitis B can be transmitted through the entry of body fluids (blood, saliva, menstrual blood, vaginal fluid, semen) that have been infected with hepatitis B into the bloodstream system of healthy people, how to enter into the bloodstream system can be through sexual intercourse, the use of needles injections, open sores, from pregnant women to the fetuses they contain. Hepatitis B can also be transmitted by bodily fluids that contain viruses enter through the mucous membranes / mucosa which are then absorbed and enter the bloodstream.

The situation that is experienced naturally has the possibility to be able to transmit to others due to the presence of your body fluids that could have contaminated other people, but the process of hepatitis B transmission is not that simple, because the transmission process is influenced by many factors but in general is divided into two namely factors of the "person with hepatitis B" and the "healthy person"

Factors of "people with hepatitis B": whether hepatitis B patients get treatment, whether it is in a potentially infectious condition. Because if hepatitis B gets the right treatment then the level of transmission can be suppressed

Factors of "healthy people": whether the person's immune system is in prime condition so that the body can immediately cope with the amount of virus that enters, then whether there is an open wound as a medium for virus entry to limit access to enter the virus into the body, so if there is no connection sexual relations, and the absence of contact relationships regarding mucous membranes and or open sores, the possibility of transmission can be suppressed

Data from WHO (world health organization), a baby, children, and young adults who have undergone a complete hepatitis B vaccine will trigger the formation of antibodies that can ward off hepatitis B infection by up to 95%, this immunity will last for 20 years or even up to lifetime. Whereas the administration of immuno globulin aims to prevent transmission of hepatitis B within 12 days of contact with body fluids, immuno globulin in newborns of mothers with hepatitis B also aims to prevent the transmission of such transmission

The possibility of transmission through fluid coming out of the blister on your body can occur if the liquid touches / contacts other people's mucous membranes, so that you go to a doctor for yourself is the most appropriate step to determine whether you are currently in a condition that is potentially transmitting hepatitis B or already in a phase where there is no tendency to transmit hepatitis B. However, you are expected to try to avoid contact with other bodily fluids.

Thus the information that can be conveyed.

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