Fleet Street Clinic
29 Fleet Street
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The Jet Lag Calculator can tell you how long it will take you to adjust to your new time zone when you travel – and to adjust back again when you come home.
Common examples of blood-borne viruses include:
To prevent HIV, Hepatitis B, and other blood borne viruses including Hepatitis C whilst in other countries – all travellers should consider:
Some vaccines may be less protective in people reduced with immunity, while other vaccines (such as yellow fever and other live vaccines) may present an increased risk of side effects.
For any travellers with HIV or any other cause of reduced immunity, vaccine protection needs careful consideration. We can help you with:
For travellers at special increased risk (e.g. medical students working overseas, individuals facing a high risk of injury) – we can provide emergency post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) kits to travel with.
For travellers who think they have been exposed, we can provide full post-exposure care and specialist referral as needed.
We recommend Hepatitis B vaccination for all young people and the majority of serious travellers. We think this vaccine ought to part of the standard childhood vaccination schedule, as it is in many other countries.
We can help with:
We are able to help plan your trip and assist with prevention as well as treatment if you are concerned about any blood-borne viruses.
For further information and a consultation with an experienced member of our travel team, book online here, or call us on 020 7353 5678.