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Hepatitis B Paediatric

Get your child the Hepatitis B Paediatric Vaccine in Wellingborough, Northamptonshire


It is important to protect your family and young ones, that is why we recommend that you get your child the Hepatitis B Paediatric Vaccine in Wellingborough, Northamptonshire. The NHS recommend that all babies should be vaccinated to protect themselves against a hepatitis B infection. The reason for this is that the infection can persist for many years in children and can eventually lead to complications, such as scarring of the liver or liver cancer. Although the overall risk of hepatitis B is low in the UK, children and adults in high-risk groups should get themselves vaccinated.


These risks are listed below:

– Unprotected sex

– Exposure to blood or blood products through occupation, like healthcare work

– Subjection to contaminated needles through injecting drugs or because of accessing medical or dental needles

– Participating in contact sports

– Adopting children from risk regions

– Long stay travel


Symptoms of Hepatitis B


In most cases of hepatitis B, symptoms do not show. They mostly appear in adults than children and may include: abdominal pain, jaundice (yellowing of the skin and eyes), fever, and loss of appetite. Hepatitis B infection that’s persistent develops in 80 to 90 percent of those infected in the first year of life. Of this, only five percent are infected in adult years. Persistent infection can cause liver cancer or liver failure.


Hepatitis B Paediatric vaccine wellingborough


How to prevent Hepatitis B


If you are travelling, you should avoid contact with bodily fluids and blood by:

– Abstaining from unprotected sexual intercourse.

– Using recommended protective precautions if contact is unavoidable

– Avoiding piercing, acupuncture, and tattooing (unless sterile equipment is used)

– Not sharing injection equipment such as needles.

– Avoiding sharing shaving equipment



Hepatitis B vaccine


We have many inactivated hepatitis B vaccines, among them combined hepatitis A/B products. Parents with babies and people embarking on international travels should consider getting the vaccination. The initial hepatitis B vaccination schedule involves three injections administered over various time scales depending on their urgency.


Contact us today to find out more about the Hepatitis B Paediatric Vaccine in Wellingborough, Northamptonshire.


Download and fill out a travel vaccine consultation form: PATIENT CONSULTATION FORM. You will need to bring this to your appointment.