Hepatitis A, IgG antibodies
Hepatitis A, IgG antibodies Test
A blood test carried out to confirm the presence of a former infection against Hepatitis A. The IgG antibodies of the Hepatitis A virus are present in the body of a person for a long time, which confirms that that person had contact with the Hepatitis A virus and is therefore immunized, because the antibodies are present.
This medical test can be requested by a physician after a vaccination against Hepatitis A (the HavrixMD vaccine).
No fasting needed.
- Negative result
- No contact with the Hepatitis A virus
- Positive result
- The presence of antibodies in case of a recent vaccination
A blood test prescribed as a result of a vaccination against Hepatitis A. One can be infected with the Hepatitis A virus from food, water or by an infected person. Vaccination remains the best means of prevention against this viral hepatic infection (the HavrixMD vaccine).
Contact us at 514 975-5226 for a blood test at home for the purpose of medical testing including testing for hepatitis a antibodies and antigens.
Perscription & Insurance
All our tests require a medical prescription recommended by any practicing doctor in the province of Quebec.
These prescriptions are necessary in order to proceed with either test and we urge that all medical requests originating from offices or clinics be duly identified.
All medical analysis requested by your doctor are reimbursed by a majority of private insurance companies!