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Hepatitis B

Vaccination for Hepatitis B

  • Safety & peace of mind before you travel
  • Competitive prices & same-day appointments available
  • Professional caring & efficient service
Pricing £60 each
No. of sessions 3
Type of treatment Injection
Prevents Hepatitis B
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Hepatitis B is a viral infection that affects the liver. It can be serious, causing liver failure, cancer, & scarring of the organ. If left untreated, it can be fatal.

Hepatitis B is a highly infectious disease which attacks the liver, & is more serious than Hepatitis A. It can be acute (short-term, lasting for months), or chronic (persisting for years). It is recommended for travel because it can be transmitted through non-sterile medical, dental, or tattooing equipment, & because it is highly infectious & can live outside of the body for up to seven days. Vaccination is also recommended for healthcare professionals, since it can be transmitted through exposure to the blood & body fluids of an infected person.

Commonly affected locations

Africa, South East Asia, the Indian subcontinent, the Eastern Mediterranean, the Western Pacific


Symptoms of Hepatitis B may take some months to develop following infection. In its acute phase, symptoms include:
flu-like symptoms
low-grade fever
nausea & vomiting
low or no appetite
joint pain
discoloured stools (pale or grey)
yellowing of the skin (jaundice)
itching of the skin