A 35-year-old male asked:
I've done had my mmr's, but have to get a titter? what is that exactly?
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Pediatrics 46 years experience
antibody level: A titer is basically just a blood test to gauge how strong the antibody level is in your system to a specified agent.The higher the tighter, the better the protection. A low or absent titer would mean no active protection against that disease.
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