Meningitis B Vaccine

We offer the Meningitis B Vaccine in Sidcup at our Travel Clinic. Book online to get expert travel health advice and vaccinations in-store.

Meningitis B Vaccine in Sidcup

We offer the Meningitis B vaccine in Sidcup at our clinic. You can simply make a booking online and attend the clinic at the booked time.
We also offer a wide range of other travel and non-travel vaccines and antimalarials.

Book Meningitis B vaccine in Sidcup

Rifaray Pharmacy, River House, 1 Maidstone Road, Sidcup, Kent, DA14 5RH

Meningitis B Vaccine Price in Sidcup

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What is Meningitis B?

Meningococcal meningitis is an acute bacterial illness that can spread throughout the body. Meningitis has thirteen separate serogroups, with types B and C being the most prevalent in the UK.
The disease is spread through sneezing, coughing, and direct contact with respiratory secretions. The bacteria are found in healthy individuals’ nasal passages. 25 percent of teenagers and 5 to 11 percent of adults carry the bacteria.

Main symptoms of Meningitis B

The symptoms of meningitis usually develop suddenly and can include:
These symptoms can appear in any order. You do not always get all the symptoms. Get urgent medical help if you suspect meningitis.
Read detailed and up-to-date information by the NHS on what you should do if you suspect meningitis in the useful links section below.

Meningitis B vaccine in Sidcup

Since the vaccine was approved in 2015, around 5 million doses have been administered to youngsters in the United Kingdom as part of the NHS vaccination schedule.
If you have not had the MenB vaccine and want to get the vaccine privately, book an appointment online with our clinic in Sidcup.
The vaccination against Meningitis B available in the United Kingdom is called Bexsero.
We provide a comprehensive range of travel vaccinations and antimalarials. It is recommended that you book your appointment 6-8 weeks prior to your trip to ensure that you can get the recommended vaccinations on time.

The information in this post is for general information purposes. It is not intended to replace a medical advice from a healthcare professional.

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