Varicella Titer (Chicken Pox) for Minor
Testing for individual <16 years old
Chicken Pox titer tests
Varicella titer Test required by most schools and employers to prove immunity.
The Varicella Zoster Virus (VZV) Titer is a blood test that checks if you are immune to Varicella Zoster Virus, also known as Chickenpox and Shingles. It measures your antibody levels to get a sense for whether your immune system has the capability to respond to an infection with one of these diseases.
Who should get a Varicella Titer Test (Chickenpox test)?
The varicella titer test (chicken pox test) is recommended for anyone who may require a chickenpox vaccination and needs to verify their immunity status. Chickenpox vaccinations are necessary for teachers, childcare workers, healthcare workers, students, military personnel, international travelers, inmates and staff of correctional institutions, and adults living with children. Women who are planning to become pregnant should receive a varicella titer test.
Quantitative IGG Titer Test Results. All test will have values and reference ranges which is required by most schools and hospitals when applicable.
Depending on the request type, state of residency, age of child successful matches typically happen within 24-48 hours. If request are denied the order is cancelled and full refund issued. LabReqs.com/Schooltiters only helps with lab testing orders. We do not provide any diagnosis or helping with any medical exemptions for vaccinations.
The emailed Lab Requisition will allow you to go to a local patient collection site to get tested. You will not have to pay any additional lab, collection or doctor's fees. Most test will normally report within 48-72 hours by secure email. List of collections site can be found using our Lab Locator Tool. If you have any questions please call our offices at 1-844-455-6355 or chat online with a member of our Care Team.