Is vaccination available when diagnosed with Hep B?
Yes you are chronically Infected and thus making you infectious.
Welcome back to HCM. Please note according to reports you are infected and therefore by extension, infectious to others. The hep B vaccine will make you less contagious. The best approach I would use, have you partner get his 3 series of hepatitis B vaccine, this will surely almost make him immune to getting hepatitis B in the future from you or elsewhere. And yes, he can get the disease from you because it is transmitted through bodily fluids. These body fluids include blood semen and vaginal secretions. Saliva is NOT included in this category of note. I hope this helps to clear up your questions, thank you and good luck.
There are many factors that are involved in transmitting the disease.
Some people have contracted hepatitis B and and do not have any indications of an infection and completely clear the virus. However, immune abilities are individual, rendering different people to have different susceptibilities to infections of various kinds. Your titer level at the time of proposed transmission may be low, therefore rendering your infectivity low. Remember if somebody has already been immunized in the past and they've should not contract hepatitis B. One is obviously more infective when they have active signs and symptoms of a particularly disease.
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