Hepatitis A Vaccination

Hepatitis A Immunisation and Vaccination 

Is an infectious disease caused by a virus that infects the liver it is spread by person to person contact by eating or drinking contaminated food or water.

My Travel Clinic Basingstoke Hepatitis A VaccineIt is common in developing countries, it causes fever, jaundice (yellowness off the skin), fatigue and abdominal pain, these symptoms may last for months.

Good hygine and sanitation are the best forms of prevention, in addition to this a vaccine has been developed that is upto 95% successful in preventing infection.

Hepatitis A Vaccine can also be given as a combination with Typhoid Vaccination which protects you against both conditions.

 

 

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