The hospital said there were no antibodies to hepatitis B. Now I've had two shots of hepatitis B vaccine, so I want to see if there are antibodies now and if I need to take the vaccine again.
Hello, your case this year when the New Year's Eve check did not have hepatitis B antibody, now the two shots of hepatitis B vaccine, check the hepatitis B surface antibody is positive other negative, indicating that vaccination against hepatitis B vaccine immunization successful, produced hepatitis B antibody, generally will not be infected with hepatitis B virus
According to your description and report card, the five indicators should be within the normal range and you are not a hepatitis B virus carrier. Your positive hepatitis B surface antibody indicates that antibodies are produced, which are protective antibodies that can prevent infection by the hepatitis B virus and you will not get hepatitis B.The hepatitis B vaccine should be injected three times within six months.
The above report hepatitis B surface antibody is positive, there are already surface antibodies or protective antibodies, as for the use of vaccination, it is best to do a quantitative test for hepatitis B surface antibody to see the antibody titer, if not high can be vaccinated again to see a dose, if the total is not high also forget it, can also play a protective role