I had hepatitis E .After 2 year I am still suffering from dyspepsia,but my laboratory values are normal(I did not have dyspepsia/indigestion before hepatitis attack).The doctors tell me hepatitis E resolves on its own and my dyspepsia is not related to liver problems.
I will be happy to hear from others who have had hepatitis E(specifically if the have stomach problems)years after the clinical resolution.I cannot find any patient stories about hepatitis E(though I have searched exhaustively).Thank you.
Sorry to hear that you are suffering and need some answers. I honestly,,,,didn't even know there was a hep E. Most the patients here are hep c so apparently noone knows enough about it to respond. I hope you find some answers to your situation.
A few years back an aunt of mine (in her late 60's or early 70's) went to the doctor b/c she was having pains. She was diagnosed with Hepatitis G and died a few months later. I heard that there are hepatitises (or hepatiti??)up to H, and probably beyond that now. One thing for certain is they all suck and must be killed.
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