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why do I still get hepatitis B after a hepatitis B vaccine?

Problem description: Why do you still get hepatitis B after you have been vaccinated against hepatitis B? Supplementary explanation: Why do you still get hepatitis B after you have been vaccinated against hepatitis B?

Answer: Hello, the spread of hepatitis B virus is positive. The main way of transmission is through sexual transmission, mother-to-child transmission and blood. At this stage, you already have antibodies to this phenomenon. You have been vaccinated against hepatitis B and living with a person infected with hepatitis B virus bacteria. It is impossible to be infected with hepatitis B virus. It is suggested that you don't have to worry, you are absolutely unlikely to be infected with hepatitis B virus under this phenomenon, as long as the hepatitis B vaccine has antibodies and there is no big problem.

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