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Hepatitis B Immunity Blood Test
Hepatitis B Immunity Blood Test
Hepatitis B Immunity Blood Test
Hepatitis B Immunity Blood Test

Hepatitis B Immunity Blood Test

A simple finger-prick blood test to establish whether you are immune to the hepatitis B virus.

Is it for you?

Does your job put you at risk of coming into contact with blood or bodily fluids from another person? Are you travelling to a country where hep B is prevalent? Do you think that you may have been exposed to an individual with hep B (maybe through unprotected sex or sharing a needle) and want to know your status? If you want check whether you are immune to hepatitis B so that you can get vaccinated if you need to, this is the test for you.
Blood sample 1 biomarker included 3 working days turnaround

What's included?

Biomarker profile

  • Immunity

Immunity (1 Biomarker)

Special instructions

Do not take biotin supplements for 2 days prior to this test. If you are taking prescribed biotin you should discuss this with your doctor. Please let us know if you have had a hepatitis B vaccination. You should wait at least two months after your vaccination before taking this test.
This test will tell you whether you are immune to hepatitis B. It will not tell you whether you have a current hep B infection. 

Hepatitis B is a liver infection caused by the hepatitis B virus (HBV) which causes inflammation and enlargement of the liver. HBV infections can vary from a mild form that lasts a few weeks, to a more serious, chronic, form which can cause lasting liver damage. HBV is spread through contact with blood or other body fluids from an infected person. Exposure can occur, through sharing needles or through unprotected sex. People who live in, or travel to, areas of the world where hepatitis B is prevalent are at a greater risk. It is possible for pregnant women to pass the infection to their babies, usually during or after birth.

This test looks for hepatitis B surface antibodies (anti-HBs) in the blood. The presence of anti-HBs is normally indicates that you have either been infected and have recovered from hepatitis B or that you have been successfully vaccinated against it. 

Dr Sam Rodgers MBBS, MRCGP

Why take this test?

  • You want to establish your level of immunity to the hepatitis B virus
  • You may have been exposed to the hepatitis B virus and you want to check your immunity
  • You are pregnant and you want to check your immunity to hepatitis B
  • You are required to demonstrate immunity to hepatitis B for your work

How it works

  • Take the test

    Collect your sample at home, visit a partner clinic, or we can even send a nurse to you.
  • Post your sample

    Send your sample back on the same day you take it in the freepost pack to our laboratory.
  • Get your results

    View your results with doctor's advice on your personal dashboard.
Laboratories you can trust

Laboratories you can trust

Trusted by the NHS and private clinics alike, you can be sure of the highest testing standards from our fully accredited partner laboratories.

Expert interpretation <br>
of your results

Expert interpretation
of your results

One of our team of doctors will review your results and give you personalised advice based on your medical history, lifestyle and health and fitness goals.

Your personal<br>
health centre

Your personal
health centre

Discover the easy way to track your health through our online portal, View your results with doctor's advice, monitor any changes over time and see the improvements you can make to your health with simple lifestyle changes.

Questions? Let us help

Questions? Let us help

Our customer care team is on-hand to help you find the test that's right for you. Get in touch via phone, live chat or email.

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Our tests are not a substitute for seeing your doctor, especially if you are suffering symptoms. Our doctors will interpret your results based on the information you have provided, but will not diagnose, consult or provide any treatment. You will be advised to see your doctor for any necessary follow-up action.