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Hi, I am going to India and am not up to date with my Hep A vaccinations. Can I get this done in Moscow? Also, I have a liver condition - ALT and AST levels of about 300, this has been diagnosed through biopsy as fatty liver, no infection. Will it be OK to have the hep injections or could the injections themselves cause a problem? Thanks very much.
Shaun
Answer:
Dear Shaun,
As you are going to India I recommend you to get the Hep A Vaccine and your increase levels of AST and ALT is not a contraindication to get this vaccine. You can do hepatitis A vaccine in our clinic. It will cost you around 100 USD. For more details and appointment please call 937-5760. Best regards,
Suresh Mututantri
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