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Hepatitis B Immunity Test

$ 69.0

Your immunity status to hepatitis B virus (HBV) impacts you in several ways. Find out if you’re protected.

HBV is a contagious virus that attacks the liver and can be spread through contact with infected blood and other bodily fluids.¹ Although the HBV vaccine is widely available, many adults remain unvaccinated and therefore unprotected against HBV infection. Labcorp OnDemand’s Hepatitis B Immunity Test can determine your HBV immunity status due to either a prior resolved infection or vaccination. 
Note: This test is not intended to be used to diagnose a current active Hep B infection. Those with any symptoms of Hep B infection should contact a health care provider for next steps. 

Hepatitis B Immunity Test
$ 69.0

Test Details

Sample Type: Blood
Collection Method: In person at a Labcorp location
Age: 18+
Results: 1-2 days from when your sample arrives at our lab.
HSA/FSA: Accepted
Test must be taken by purchaser

Preparation: No special preparation needed.

What's Tested
  • Hepatitis B Surface Antibody (Anti-HBs)

    These antibodies are produced by the immune system in response to a prior resolved HBV infection or vaccination.

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  • Hepatitis B is a liver infection caused by HBV and can be spread by blood and other bodily fluids. Hepatitis B causes a short-term acute illness in some people but a long-term chronic infection in others. It can lead to serious illness up to and including death. Stay proactive about your protection from HBV infection by determining if you are immune with a hepatitis B titer test.

  • ●      Individuals needing proof of immunity status to HBV for work, travel or school  

    ●      Individuals who are unsure if they’ve ever been vaccinated against HBV (e.g., lost vaccine records)

    ●      Individuals at increased risk for HBV that want to ensure they are as protected as possible from infection

    Please note: this test measures your antibody levels in order to determine your immunity to HBV. This test does NOT screen for active infection of hepatitis B.

  • Per CDC guidelines², the following individuals are at greater risk of exposure to hepatitis B: 
                • Individuals who inject drugs or share needles, syringes and other drug equipment 
                • Sex partners of individuals with HBV 
                • Men who have sex with men 
                • Individuals who live with someone who has HBV 
                • Healthcare and public safety workers exposed to blood on the job 
                • Individuals on dialysis

  • Your test results will indicate whether or not you are immune to HBV infection.

  • Healthy people who received their vaccine in infancy are likely to be protected against HBV infection for 30 years or more. Because immunity declines over time, people at higher risk for exposure to HBV (healthcare workers, immunocompromised patients, people who have an intimate partner with chronic HBV infection, etc.) may desire periodic testing to ensure they continue to be protected against infection.

  • If your results suggest that you are not immune, you should consult with your provider to determine if HBV vaccination (or a booster for those previously vaccinated with ongoing risk for exposure) is in your best interest.