A positive hep B surface antibody indicates immunity to the virus, either from vaccination or from a past infection that has now resolved. If you had a past ...
2 Answers · Health · 07/12/2013
...substance that will result in a person's developing immunity against getting a severe disease. Particles from...cause the body to develop antibodies against a severe infection or maybe prevent that infection altogether if the person later...
1 Answers · Health · 12/12/2013
Typically, yes. You're body just finished training itself to defend against it. However other factors like stress and uncleanliness can cause the infection to revisit...sometimes in a mutated form.
5 Answers · Health · 07/05/2009
...a cold before by drinking two glasses of OJ a day. yeast infections - 1 cup of plain fat free yogurt a day, then about 2 or 3 times a week after...
11 Answers · Health · 25/02/2008
white blood cells generally increase in number in response to infection. 4.9,000 isn't even a number. check your typing or recheck your wbc count to make sure you read it right.
1 Answers · Health · 16/06/2011
...would not know they ever had a Hep B infection. The Hep B surface antibody test ... forces entrance, etc. to ensure active immunity. If immunity not adequate some recommend getting...
4 Answers · Health · 24/08/2007
Your doctor should have told you whether the rhinosinusitis is acute, recurrent acute, subacute, or chronic. What medication did he prescribe? I found some information at asfp.org that might help you ask your doctor for more information.
2 Answers · Health · 28/02/2010
Lila, No as soon as something foreign invaded the body the white heads that way to try to fight it off, I am a person with Lupus and in our case the white cells in the body can not tell the difference between a foreign body and a good one so the white cells...
1 Answers · Health · 10/01/2012
...of the person receiving the protection from disease does not fight off the infection. Active immunity can be natural (occurs without human intervention) when a person catches a...
1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 11/07/2010
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