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Hepatitis A Antibody

There are several types of hepatitis – each caused by a different hepatitis virus.
The Hepatitis A Antibody (Total) Test will determine a prior Hepatitis A infection or an acute Hepatitis A infection.


Hepatitis is an inflammation of the liver that can be contracted through unprotected sex, using contaminated needles, or other causes.


Common Variations of Hepatitis:
Hepatitis A can be caused by consuming contaminated water or food.
Hepatitis B can be contracted through sharing contaminated needles, having unprotected sex, or being exposed to infected blood from another person.
Hepatitis C can be spread by blood from contaminated needles during drug use or tattooing as well as by having unprotected sex.


Why Do I Need It?:

If left untreated, hepatitis can lead to fatigue or more serious issues like liver failure. What’s most disturbing is how hepatitis can remain dormant in your body for years and cause no outward physical symptoms. It may be impossible to detect hepatitis with just a physical examination because you may not have any noticeable symptoms.


If your results show positive, this means that you have been infected with Hepatitis A. If your test is negative and you know you have been exposed to Hepatitis A, you may wish to be tested again in 6 to 9 weeks.