Why get a Hepatitis B Immunity Blood Testing?
There are many reasons to get a Hepatitis B immunity blood test. For example, if you're planning to become pregnant or attending university, you may need to provide proof of immunity. You might also want to get tested if you're unsure whether you received the vaccination as a child or if you want to make sure your vaccination was successful.
Understanding the Test
It's important to note that a Hepatitis B immunity blood test won't tell you whether you're currently infected with the virus. Additionally, the test can't distinguish between immunity from previous exposure and immunity from vaccination. For this reason, it's important to speak with a healthcare provider about your test results and any necessary next steps.
How to Book a Test
At our London clinics we offer Hepatitis B immunity blood tests for £55. Our tests are performed by highly trained nurses and phlebotomists, and results are typically available within a few days. Book an appointment today to protect yourself against Hepatitis B and ensure your long-term health.
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What is Hepatitis B?
Hepatitis B is a virus that can be transmitted through infected blood, saliva, sperm, or vaginal fluids. While many adults don't experience symptoms following infection, others may experience a range of symptoms including fatigue, fever, nausea, abdominal pain, vomiting, and jaundice.
In some cases, Hepatitis B can lead to long-term liver scarring or liver cancer.
Get a Hepatitis B Vaccination CityDoc
The best way to protect against Hepatitis B is to get vaccinated and practice safe sex. If you're concerned about your risk of infection or want to confirm your immunity to the virus, consider booking a Hepatitis B immunity blood test today.
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