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Hepatitis

HEPATITIS B and C


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Hepatitis B is a virus that can be transmitted by sexual intercourse and cause inflammation of the liver. It can also be transmitted by sharing needles for drug use. It usually has no symptoms but can cause serious liver disease. For those who do show symptoms, they often include feeling sick, being sick, lack of appetite, flu-like symptoms and yellowing of the skin and eye (jaundice).


At 3fivetwo we provide vaccination for Hepatitis B. Call us today on 0845 60 06 352 to book an appointment.


HEPATITIS C


HEPC is a virus is usually transmitted from sharing needles, from mother to baby but also through sexual contact. In most cases, hepatitis C causes no noticeable symptoms until the liver has been significantly damaged. When symptoms do occur they are often vague but can include flu-like symptoms, tiredness and depression.


At 3fivetwo we provide anti-viral treatment for Hepatitis C. Call us today on 0845 60 06 352 to book an appointment.


WHAT IS A STI?


A sexually transmitted infection is an infection that can be passed from one person to another through sexual intercourse (vaginal, anal or oral).


WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS OF A STI?



WHEN SHOULD I HAVE AN STI SCREEN?



WHAT DOES A SEXUAL HEALTH SCREEN INVOLVE?


We can tailor individual packages or provide single tests if required. We also offer a range of common STI profiles.
If you are worried about a particular exposure and you have no symptoms, it is advisable to wait 2 weeks before you are screened. 


If you would like to book an appointment or require further information on the options available to you, please do not hesitate to contact our private patient booking team on the details above.