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Hepatitis Symptom: Tips to Reduce Risk

Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, fatty liver, alcohol-laden liver and liver cancer are diseases that attack many people. Hepatitis is not an ordinary disease. Hepatitis is actually a term used for every kind of inflammation in the liver. The causes vary, ranging from viruses to medication. It develops slowly, but consistently. It digresses to become liver cirrhosis or worse, liver cancer.

There are several types of Hepatitis virus: Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C. The people infected by Hepatitis A who recover will henceforth be immune to that virus. Symptoms of Hepatitis A usually disappear completely after 6 to 12 weeks. Infection caused by this virus will not develop into chronic hepatitis.

Hepatitis B is the most common among all cases of hepatitis. This type must be taken care seriously because 1 out of 10 people infected by Hepatitis B will never be normal again. In fact, they carry the Hepatitis B virus in their bodies even though in appearance, they might look as normal and healthy as anyone else. Hepatitis B can also lead to complications. For example, it could develop into chronic hepatitis, cirrhosis, liver damage and liver cancer.

A person whose blood carries the Hepatitis C virus goes through 17-18 years before its symptoms emerge. It means that the virus is patiently lying low in one’s body for a very long period of time until the lever is detected to have been destroyed or not functioning normally.

The how can a person know whether he or she is carrying the hepatitis virus? How can it be prevented?

When there is a suspicion of a hepatitis problem, the most recognizable symptoms are eye balls and skin turning yellow, the urine turning a darker color while the faces turn light. Other symptoms would be fever, prolonged exhaustion, loss of appetite, nausea and vomiting.
It is not easy to avoid hepatitis. But, the risk of Hepatitis B could be brought down by not using shared needles or knives during processes like blood transfusion, acupuncture, drug abuse or body parts piercing, including tattooing. Also do not changing sexual partners because though condoms are used, it not guarantees 100% safety.

The medical check up
every six months so that a physician can detect symptoms of liver cancer as early as possible. Do not consumption excessive salt. Salt should be avoided because it retains water in the body which can further accelerate liver damage. Do not smoking and drinking alcoholic beverages because they accelerate liver damage. Do not share food from the mouth (contact with saliva), such as tasting food or babies, and never offer to be a donor for blood, sperm or other parts when one is contaminated by this virus. (Source from any refferences health and medical)


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