for the most no synthoms even with cirrhosis and cancer, when you have synthoms is usually too late (transplant or death), most of cronic carriers find out about hbv cronic infection by chance during blood tests, the most of carriers don't know about having hbv or hcv cronic infection
some have synthoms like dark urine, fatigue and yellow skin/eyes but these usually have acute hbv and clear virus
only making all hbv blood test you might know for sure and which stage of disease since fatigue, dark urine e yellow skin/eyes come from many illnesses not hbv only
Depende sa bawat tao kasi yung sa akin wala akong naramdamang symptoms sa blood test ko lang nalaman. Asymptomatic ako at halos lahat ng may Hepatitis B ay ganito rin. Madalas pag malala na lang magpapakita ang symptoms tulad ng paninilaw, diarrhea at joint point.
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