Hi, i recently had a blood test taken for hepatitis b, c and HIV. I was wondering if from the blood test, a smoker can be detected. Maybe through nicotine levels and what not. If so, how long will it take for it to be removed from the system?
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replied February 21st, 2011
Hello, and thanks for your medical question on E Health Forum.

Blood tests done for screening for HIV, and hepatitis, do not detect your smoking status.

I hope this helps.



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