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HBeAg and ANTI HBcAg-IgM tests were negative. Should I go for Vaccination of Hapetitis B ?

During Malaria Treatment I was tested for HbSAg and which was found reactive and hence we gone for HBeAg and ANTI HBcAg-IgM Which was found negative .. So what is its meaning and should I go for Vaccination of Hapetitis B .I am Nervous and confused Am I harmfull for My Wife/Family? Can I go for a Baby(Intercourse) what is the treatment (if Any) Please help
Asked On : Sat, 23 Apr 2011
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Dear Prashant,
Welcome to HealthcareMagic Forum.

You are tested reactive for HBsAg. That means you have Hepatitis B Virus in your body.

Vaccination will not help you.

You can marry.

But your wife should be vaccinated for Hepatitis B before marriage as Hepatitis B can be transmitted by body fluids.

Contact me for more information or guidance

Wish you Good Reproductive & Sexual Health
With Warm Regards,

Dr. A CHAKRAVARTHY MBBS; MBA; (MHSc Reproductive & Sexual Medicine)
Answered: Sun, 24 Apr 2011
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