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Typhoid Vaccination

Lanarkshire Travel Clinic

Typhoid Vaccine In Lanarkshire

Typhoid Fever is a bacterial infection transmitted through contaminated food and water. It can lead to complications such as intestinal bleeding, heart-related issues, pneumonia, seizures, and brain swelling. Annually, there are between 13 million and 16 million reported cases of Typhoid worldwide, with approximately 500,000 resulting in fatalities. Our expert pharmacists provide the Typhoid Vaccine in Lanarkshire.

Travel Vaccination


Per Dose


1 dose


Travellers visiting high-risk areas may receive one of the above vaccine options. Our expert pharmacists can talk you through the options to ensure you are safe while travelling abroad.
Additionally, it’s recommended that travellers take necessary precautions regarding food and water safety.

Countries At Risk

Typhoid fever is prevalent in regions characterised by poor standards of personal and food hygiene, as well as inadequate sanitation. The disease is widespread across various parts of the globe, including South Asia, Southeast Asia, the Middle East, Central and South America, and Africa. Additionally, outbreaks of Typhoid have been documented in Eastern European countries such as Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Ukraine, and Russia.

Travel Precautions

When traveling, drink bottled water or treated sources, either through high-quality filtration, tablets, or boiling. Refrain from using ice from unfamiliar water sources and avoid consuming raw food. Opt for fruits that can be peeled before consumption. Ensure that meals are freshly cooked and served hot. Practice good personal hygiene and adhere to proper handwashing practices.

Signs and Symptoms

Common signs and symptoms may include slight fever, headache, muscle aches, chills, nausea, and reduced appetite. Some individuals may also experience abdominal discomfort, constipation, and/or diarrhoea.

Book Your Typhoid Vaccine In Lanarkshire

Should you require more information, you can contact us by phone or email. Alternatively, you can book your travel consultation with one of our pharmacists by clicking the button below.