Hepatitis B Antibody Blood Test

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Hepatitis B Antibody Blood Test

Private Blood Tests


Price: £78


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Key Features:


  • Past Infection Identification
  • Transmission Risk Assessment
  • Maternal-Fetal Transmission
  • Liver Health Monitoring
Why book Hepatitis B Antibody Blood Test?

  • Individuals with Suspected Past Infection: Those with a history of potential exposure to the hepatitis B virus.
  • High-Risk Populations: Individuals engaging in activities associated with hepatitis B transmission, such as unprotected sex, sharing needles, or healthcare workers with potential exposure to infected bodily fluids.
  • Pregnant Women: Especially relevant for pregnant women to assess the risk of transmitting the virus to their infants.
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Overview of the Hepatitis B Antibody Blood Test:

The Hepatitis B Antibody Test is conducted to identify the presence of antibodies in your blood, indicating a past hepatitis B infection. Hepatitis B has the potential to cause severe liver damage and is transmitted through various means, including unprotected sexual contact, sharing needles, or exposure to bodily fluids from an infected individual. Additionally, mothers can transmit the virus to their babies. It's important to note that the presence of antibodies detected by this test does not guarantee immunity from hepatitis B.

Hepatitis B Antibody Blood Test in Males and Females:

A Full Blood Count (FBC) test is a standard blood test that assesses the overall health of blood cells, including red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets. This test is applicable to both males and females and provides valuable information about various aspects of blood health.

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