My uncle had expired due to Hepatitis B. But according to causes, he never used nothing. But he had major problem of acidity. I know him very close.I went through many article , but I never found a solid reasons of it. I want to know that acidity is also play a major role in Hepatitis.
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Hepatitis B is transmitted through contaminated blood, sweat, tears, saliva, semen, saliva, vaginal secretions, menstrual blood and breast milk. It can be transmitted through blood transfusions, sexual contact, having tattoos or body piercing, from mother to child during childbirth; during medical procedures etc.You may not be aware about his complete medical history. Acidity does not play any role in transmission of hepatitis B.The symptoms of hepatitis B can be related to indigestion like nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite etc.Hope it helps.
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