Viral Hepatitis


Hepatitis is a medical condition where the liver becomes inflamed. Although viral hepatitis has many methods of transmission, it can be transmitted as an STD. It can also be caused by certain drugs, toxins, heavy alcohol use, some diseases, bacterial and viral infections. Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, and Hepatitis C are the most common kinds of viral hepatitis.

Viral Hepatitis Signs and Symptoms

People afflicted with viral hepatitis may have no signs of the sickness. Symptoms of people with viral hepatitis include jaundice or the condition where the whites of the eyes and the skin turn yellow. Others include headache, low-grade fever, tiredness, muscle aches, nausea, loss of appetite, diarrhea, vomiting, stomach pain, and dark-colored urine and pale bowel movements.

Hepatitis Treatments

Hepatitis A Treatment

Prevention is better than the cure for hepatitis. Hepatitis A has no specific treatment. It is recommended that you get an effective vaccine.

Hepatitis B Treatment

A drug called pegylated interferon-alpha can cure people with chronic Hepatitis B. It is recommended for health workers to get a vaccine for Hepatitis B.

Hepatitis C Treatment

Pegylated interferon and ribavirin is a drug combination that is found to be the most effective therapy for Hepatitis C.

Hepatitis Prevention

Hepatitis A can be prevented by getting vaccinated. You should wash your hands before preparing or eating food or bathroom use and diaper changes. You can prevent from being infected with Hepatitis B by limiting sex partners and using latex condoms. You can avoid Hepatitis C by avoiding sharing needles, personal items, and by not getting tattoos.

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