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If a father has a hepatitis b, and the mother is immune to the virus, does the baby get any more hepb shots than a baby with normal parents?

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Dr. Alfredo Garcia
Pediatrics
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In brief: No

A mother who is immune to hepatitis b will not contract the disease.
On the same token, her baby will be protected from the disease and will not need more shots compared to a baby of parents who are hep b negative.

In brief: No

A mother who is immune to hepatitis b will not contract the disease.
On the same token, her baby will be protected from the disease and will not need more shots compared to a baby of parents who are hep b negative.
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