Hepatitis

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Hepatitis


The key to hepatitis treatment – is Getting tested. People who are sexually active should get tested regularly. Chlamydia tests is quick and painless.

You can't figure out whether you have chlamydia just by the way you feel. The best way to be aware without a doubt in the event that you have chlamydia is to get tested — whether you have symptoms or not. Our experts provide online consultation and treatment options.

Hepatitis

What is Hepatitis?


Hepatitis is a viral infection affecting your liver. Hepatitis can be identified by various symptoms that include - loss of appetite, loose bowels, vomiting, nausea, jaundice, light-shaded stool and dark urine. Hepatitis A, B and C can be transmitted sexually.

You should get tested if you've had unprotected sex or think you've been exposed to hepatitis another way. You should also get tested if you have hepatitis symptoms.

Hepatitis A


Transmission of hepatitis A virus can occur from any sexual activity with an infected person and is not limited to fecal-oral contact. Hepatitis A is curable.

Symptoms

You may not have any symptoms when you are first infected. So, it is important to get tested regularly. You may initially have symptoms including:

  • Flu-like symptoms,
  • Weakness,
  • Joint pain,
  • Fever,
  • Nausea,
  • Vomiting,
  • Diarrhea, and
  • Jaundice (yellowing of the skin and eyes, itchy skin and a swollen liver).
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Hepatitis B


Like all STDs, the best way to be aware without a doubt in the event that you have hepatitis B is to get tested — whether you have symptoms or not. If you observe any symptoms of hepatitis B, you should get tested. It's really smart to get a test if you had unprotected sex or shared a needle, razor, or toothbrush with somebody who has hepatitis B (regardless of whether you have side effects).

Hepatitis B infection is found in semen, vaginal emissions and blood. HBV is roughly multiple times simpler to get than HIV, although both infections are found in comparative body liquids. HBV can likewise be passed to a child during pregnancy or delivery.

You may not have any symptoms when you are first infected. So, it is important to get tested regularly. You may initially have symptoms including:

Symptoms

You may experience various symptoms, such as:

  • Persistently feeling fatigued
  • Showing symptoms of Jaundice like yellow eyes and skin
  • Loss of appetite, vomiting and nausea
  • Pain in the joint, muscles and abdomen
  • Passing dark colored urine or clay colures stools
  • Fever that doesn’t subside easily

Hepatitis C


Hepatitis C is an infectious disease of the liver brought about by hepatitis C virus (HCV). During the initial phase of infection, there is mild or no symptoms related with the disease and as the disease advances into chronic infection the symptoms become recognizable and intense symptoms.

Hepatitis C virus infection can cause liver disease and at some point cirrhosis, and people experiencing cirrhosis can foster complication like liver failure, liver cancer and dilated blood vessels in the stomach and throat.

Symptoms

Hepatitis C virus infection can cause liver disease and at some point cirrhosis, and people experiencing cirrhosis can foster complication like liver failure, liver cancer and dilated blood vessels in the stomach and throatYou can have symptoms, including:

  • Jaundice
  • Stomach pain
  • Decreased appetite
  • Nausea
  • Fatigue

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