Is it safe for a hepatitis b positive man have children?

Yes. If female partner has received full three doses of hepatitis b vaccination, the chance for the offspring to be infected with the virus is negligible.
HEPATITIS B. Hepatitis b positive person can transmit the virus sexually and infect the baby with hepatitis b.

Related Questions

Would it be safe for a person to take up medicine even if he/she is hepatitis b positive?

Yes. There are a variety of fields in "medicine". If it is your passion to pursue one do so. Need to assess risks of transmission, wear gloves, do not expose others to open incisions or cuts, etc. Read more...

Please tell me, could hepatitis b positive women have children?

Many do. It was once common for women in many polynesian cultures to pass the germ from mother to child at birth. The advent of Hepatitis B Immune Globulin treatment at birth with simultaneous administration of the vaccine has dropped the frequency of this outcome. Your obstetrician can sort out the risks involved for mother and child and help someone have a good outcome. Read more...

I am a hepatitis b positive, what does it mean? I'll be forever a hepa b patient? Is there no chance of not having it?

It is likely. The antibody tests will be positive life long. The actual presence of the virus has to be checked by a very sophisticated test called a pcr. Some patients do clear the virus. Read more...

What should a hepatitis b positive father (with a negative spouse) do before having a baby?

Test Spouse. Mom should be tested to make sure that she doesn't have hepatitis B. If mom is not immune, she should receive vaccination for hepatitis B. If mom is immune, nothing further needs to be done. If mom has HBV, she can give it to the baby. All babies the the US will receive treatment to prevent transmission if the mother is positive. Read more...

What happens if a hepatitis b positive person (who is not aware their status) gets vaccinated for hepatitis b?! nothing? Or adverse reaction?

None. If hepatitis b positive person (positive hepatitis b surface antigen) receives vaccine for hepatitis b, it will not be effective. So, nothing will happen, except for vaccine related adverse reaction, if any. Read more...
Nothing. A hepatitis b positive person already has been exposed to the wild virus. The immune system already has responded and has either eliminated the hepatitis v virus or it's gone into a chronic infection status. Presenting the Hepatitis B Vaccine to the immune system is redundant - it already has responded. You might notice soreness or redness at the injection site. Read more...