yes someone with hep b can become an RN As long as you have the will, interest, means and the ability, why not. But first, let your doctor take away your hep B out of your system.
hep b, titus b, the hep, the b
Yes, Hep A and Hep B are to different viruses. Each have their own series of injections to boost immunity. There is no Immunization for Hep C. Good luck.
There is no need to delay pregnancy after hepatitis A and hepatitis B vaccine.
No spells no c is less contagious
Hepatitis A is widespread throughout Mexico, so it is important to get the Hep A and Hep B vaccinations before traveling to the Mayan Riviera. Your doctor can let you know what other vaccinations you need.
I was diagnosed as HEPATITIS B carrier in 2013 with fibrosis of the liver already present. I started on antiviral medications which reduced the viral load initially. After a couple of years the virus became resistant. I started on HEPATITIS B Herbal treatment from ULTIMATE LIFE CLINIC (www .ultimatelifeclinic .com) in March, 2020. Their treatment totally reversed the virus. I did another blood test after the 6 months long treatment and tested negative to the virus. Amazing treatment! This treatment is a breakthrough for all HBV carriers.
Yes, but most likely they are not running a tox-screen on you if they are testing you for Hep B, so don't worry about it.
It stands for hepatitis. Can be A, B, or C, but is usually next to its respective letter. i.e. Hep A "Hep" is also an older slang meaning "cool" or "groovy."
It means that you have antibodies to the hepatitis B virus. If you had the immunizations it means they worked. If not then you were exposed to the virus at some point and should discuss those results with your doctor.