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Vaccinated for hepatitis B, had unproteced sex with boyfriend, titer test negative. Am I infected still ?

my boyfriend has hepatits b virus but i was vaccinated and completed the 3 shots and before i was given that i already had my titer test and the result is negative then last june 2011 i checked my antibodies and the result was 10U /mL then I get my booster dose last july 2011 then after that I didnt checked my antibidies again then by the month of august 2011 up to now i have unprotected sex with my boyfriend.. my question is since i completed the 3 shots and had my booster shot am I protected from the virus even my partner is infected.
Asked On : Sat, 19 Jan 2013
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Hello I have gone through your history. Yes as you are completely vaccinated against hepatitis you are protected. But you need to check your antibody levels every 6months if you are in touch with him and be under vaccine coverage schedule. Your boy friend needs to have both passive and active immunisation.
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