it has no symptoms at all evn when close to death for liver cancer or cirrhosis, when symtoms appear very few time is left, only blood tests can tell what is going on for hepatitis B
a long time ago it was thought hbv has symptoms but today we know very very few have symptoms are due to the immune response, hbv itself makes no damage to us.those with chronic hbv never have symptoms, some feel tireness
Hi, most of the time, the symptoms of Hepatits are:
Jaundice (Skin color becomes color yellow) and your sclera.
Nausea and Vomiting
Pale colored stools.. but remember that there are people who asymptomatic or have no subjective and objective symptoms at all. not knowing that they are already infected with the virus.
Usually, a Hepa A. was acquired through eating street foods.
Hepa B, it is the deadliest form of hepa. beacuse it is a virus and has no cure. But it depends if it is acute or chronic in its form. it is transmitted through sexual activity, foreplay, direct contact with infected body fluids. Hepa C is also the same as Hepa A.
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