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  • CDC recommended
  • Transmission via medical procedures, blood transfusions, and sexual activity
  • Infected areas include South East Asia, the Middle and Far East, Southern Europe, and Africa
  • Life-time immunity with 3 shotst

We all want to be protected when we travel. Learning more about Hepatitis B vaccination is an important first step.

Here are some of the most common questions we hear people ask about it. We hope you find the answers helpful

QuestionLearn more about the Hepatitis B vaccination

What is Hepatitis B and its symptoms?

It is a potentially fatal infection of the liver caused by a virus. Hepatitis B is much more severe than hepatitis A. It can lead to permanent liver damage and even death.

Where is it common?

  • South East Asia
  • The Middle and Far East
  • Southern Europe
  • Africa

What protection is available?

The Hepatitis B vaccine is the best protection available. It can prevent all serious consequences including liver cancer and cirrhosis.

Who should get it?

  • Travelers to high-risk areas.
  • Travelers whose behavior put them at risk while abroad (including unsafe sexual activity, intravenous drug use, and contact sports.
  • Travelers who plan on visiting friends or family already diagnosed with a chronic Hepatitis B infection.
  • Families adopting children from high-risk areas.

When should vaccine be administered?

There are several different Hepatitis B vaccination schedules. Your certified travel doctor will discuss the best option for you. Options include:

  • 3-dose vaccination series at 0, 1and 6 months. (Lifelong immunity)
  • Accelerated vaccination schedule will provide sufficient protection. 0, 7 and 21 days. (4th dose one year after the first)

Is it required?

No, it is recommended.

Have I received it in the past? I don't remember?

You may have. A blood test can confirm that you are protected. If you do not have enough time for the test and want to be protected it is not going to hurt to get a vaccination again.

Are there any adverse reactions to the vaccine?

Most people have no adverse reactions at all. Soreness or redness at injection site may occur.

Who should not receive vaccine?

Anyone who has had a confirmed case of severe reaction to a previous dose of Hepatitis B vaccine and/or anyone with a high-fever illness.

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