Typhoid Test

Importance of the Test

How do you catch Typhoid? Typhoid is a lethal condition rather than a disease, and it develops with the start of a high fever as it is caused by contaminated food and water. The water gets contaminated due to Salmonella enterica serotype Typhi bacterial infection. When the victim ingests the bacteria, the white blood cells carry it to the liver, spleen, and bone marrow. A normal typhoid test is a blood test for Typhoid. In the test, the blood is tested for bacteria. Few common symptoms of typhoid fever include high fever (104 degrees Fahrenheit), severe headaches, lethargy, diarrhea, appetite loss, and body pain. If the victims test positive for typhoid fever, they are treated with antibiotics. With the advancement in medical science and new medicine, it is very easy to treat Typhoid, and there are many precautions so that one doesn’t get Typhoid.

Basic Knowledge

Getting tested on a regular basis will help you detect various illnesses. With regular testing, you can stay healthy and active with Self-Test Diagnostic helping you lead the way. We have been in the at-home testing business for years now. We have a tie-ups with the best laboratories in India including iGenetic Diagnostics and One Billion Diagnostics. Our Phlebotomist has a minimum experience of 5 years and has taken both doses of the Covid-19 vaccine. With our accuracy rate of 90%, we are certified by IGNOU. Our services are available for 365 days, and you can customize the packages according to your requirement.

Report Time

24 Hours

Fasting Time

12 Hours

Test for



5-99 years

Frequently Asked Questions


What test is done for typhoid?

When is the Widal test positive?

If the TO antigen titer is more than 1:160 in an active infection or if the TH antigen titer is more than 1:160 in past infection or immunized people, the Widal test tests positive. A single Widal test holds little clinical relevance, more so in endemic areas like the Indian subcontinent, Africa, and Southeast Asia.

What is the normal range of typhoid?