HPV Antibody Test

Designed for any individual who is vaccinated against HPV. The latest HPV antibody test overs all antibodies of the nine-valent HPV vaccine, including HPV-6, 11, 16, 18, 31, 33, 45, 52, 58. In general, the 2nd dose will be undertaken 1 month after the 1st dose, then the 3rd dose will be taken 3-5 months after 2nd dose, and all 3 doses shall be received within 4-6 months. If HPV vaccine is completed as aforementioned, HPV antibodies could be detected under the test to ensure adequate protection.

  1.  What is the purpose of undertaking HPV Antibody Test?

HPV Antibody Test is mainly introduced for vaccine recipients to identify the antibody levels for 9 genotypes of HPV, i.e. HPV-6, 11, 16, 18, 31, 33, 45, 52, 58. Through blood samples, it could demonstrate the presence of antibodies. Antibody levels may vary amongst individuals, in general, better protection against HPV is usually correlated with a higher level result.

  1.  Who is eligible for taking HPV Antibody Test?

HPV Antibody Test is applicable for any individual who have taken the HPV 9-Valent Vaccines recently, and also any individual who may have taken previously. It could help evaluate the efficacy of HPV vaccines and ensure if there is adequate protection.

  1.  How long for the test to be reported?

Generally, it will be completed within 5 working days.

  1.  Is it feasible for 4-valent vaccinated?

HPV Antibody Test is eligible for person who has taken whether a 4-valent vaccine or a 9-valent vaccine, which can detect the antibody levels.