Weils Disease (Leptospirosis IgM Antibodies) Blood Test, from our experts to you.
Dr Sam Rodgers MBBS, MRCGP

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What is
Weil's disease?

Leptospirosis, or Weil's disease, is an infection you can catch from the urine of infected animals – most commonly rats, mice, cows, pigs and dogs.

What is a
Weils Disease Blood Test?

Our test looks for the presence of Leptospirosis IgM antibodies in your blood.

What are the symptoms
of Weil's disease?

Symptoms of Weil's disease (Leptospirosis) include:

  • - A high temperature or feeling hot and shivery
  • - A headache
  • - Nausea, being sick, or having diarrhoea
  • - Aching muscles and joints
  • - Red eyes
  • - Loss of appetite

See a GP if you have been exposed to infected animal urine and you are experiencing these symptoms.

What's Included?

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Leptospira Antibodies