A blood test for listeria is the best way to identify listeria infection. Spinal fluid and samples of urine can also be tested.
Listeria infection can vary and will have a range of symptoms and signs. Usually, mild symptoms need no treatment. If the infection is more severe antibiotics will be used to treat the infection. If a patient is pregnant antibiotic treatment should be given so that the foetus is protected.
Write a list to these questions:
You could keep a food diary and list the food you have eaten recently and don’t forget to mention any recalled items.
The attending physician may ask you if you have eaten any of the following:
Select the test that you would like to undergo
Go to the Harley Street clinic for your blood draw and pay for your test in person
As soon as the results are ready, the will be sent to you by your chosen method