Antistreptolysin Antibodies Titre Blood Test


Detect or monitor a streptococcal (strep) infection by measuring antistreptolysin antibodies in your blood.

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Antistreptolysin Antibodies Titre Blood Test

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Is it for you?

Are you experiencing symptoms of strep?

Strep infections are divided into alpha-haemolytic and beta-haemolytic (which includes group A and B strep).

Strep infections vary in severity, from mild throat infections to infections of the blood or organs.

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What are antistreptolysin antibodies?

Antistreptolysin antibodies are produced in response to a streptococcal infection.

What can I learn from this test?

With our test, you can detect if you have a current or past streptococcal infection. You can also monitor a strep condition with our blood test.

What is strep?

Streptococcus is a type of bacteria. Group A and group B) strep cause most of the infections.

Group A strep causes:

  • -Strep throat
  • -Scarlet fever
  • -Impetigo
  • -Toxic shock syndrome
  • -Cellulitis and necrotizing fasciitis (flesh-eating disease)

Group B strep can cause blood infections, pneumonia and meningitis in newborns.

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