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Schedule your pre-travel medical appointment.

Talking to your healthcare provider about hepatitis A and B is an important thing to do before you travel.

Complete your pre-travel checklist.

The following lists include questions you may want to ask, as well as important information to bring with you.

To add your own questions or information, simply type them into the space provided and click .

Print your completed checklist or send it to your email account to share with your healthcare provider.


TWINRIX Vaccination Record

Print your vaccination record to help keep track of your TWINRIX doses.

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Immunization may not be suitable for everyone and can be associated with adverse events. Be sure to consult your healthcare provider to see which options are right for you. 100% protection cannot be guaranteed and additional doses may be required.

Questions to ask


    Information to bring


      * TWINRIX is not indicated to treat the symptoms of, or reduce serious consequences associated with hepatitis A and B.

      TWINRIX is a vaccine used in adults, adolescents, children and infants to prevent hepatitis A and B diseases. 100% protection cannot be guaranteed and additional doses may be required. Very common adverse events (>10% of doses) reported in adults were pain or discomfort, redness at the injection site, headache, and tiredness. Common adverse events (1% to 10% of doses) were swelling at the injection site, diarrhea, nausea and vomiting, and generally feeling unwell. Very common adverse events (>10% of doses) reported in children were pain and redness at the injection site. Common adverse events (1% to 10% of doses) were swelling at the injection site, fatigue, fever (more than 37.5°C), irritability, drowsiness, headache, loss of appetite, diarrhea, nausea and vomiting, and generally feeling unwell. Allergic reactions may also occur. Vaccination may not be suitable for everyone, so ask your healthcare provider if TWINRIX is right for you. Full product information can be found on Twinrix.ca. To report an adverse event, please call 1-800-387-7374.

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