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If you were infected at birth, there is a chance that your siblings may also be infected.
Sexual partners and close household members should also be tested.
Practice safe sex (use a condom), and don’t share personal items that may have trace amounts of blood on them.
Also, you can suggest that your family members get screened for hepatitis B and vaccinated if needed.
Immunization with the hepatitis B vaccine and hepatitis B immune globulin (HBIG), if available, within 12 to 24 hours of birth can break this mother-to-child infection cycle, but the birth vaccine dose and often HBIG is not always available around the world. When we’re infected with HBV as healthy adults, about 90 percent of us are able to get rid of the infection within six months.
It can take up to six months for our immune systems to generate antibodies and eradicate the infection in our liver.
Most commonly it is spread during childbirth when the mother is infected. When we’re infected as newborns or young children, our immature immune systems don’t notice or fight the virus and it travels to our liver and begins reproducing.
If you have a new or acute infection, even these drastic symptoms may not necessarily mean that you need any form of treatment, but you will need to be monitored with additional tests to make sure your liver is safe.
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There are some additional blood tests that your doctor may order to get a better understanding of your infection, but not everyone has access to these tests.
Some tests are rather expensive and they may still need to be repeated over time in order to confirm the diagnosis. The good news is that hepatitis B is not typically an emergency. If you are a healthy adult and are newly or acutely infected, know that your chances are good that the hepatitis B infection will go away on its own.