Hepatitis is an inflammation of the liver, most commonly caused by a viral infection. There are five main hepatitis viruses, referred to as types A, B, C, D and E.
Hepatitis A and E are typically caused by ingestion of contaminated food or water. Hepatitis B, C and D usually occur as a result of parenteral contact with infected body fluids (e.g. from blood transfusions or invasive medical procedures using contaminated equipment). Hepatitis B is also transmitted by sexual contact.
The disease can be caused by:
- Infections from viruses (such as hepatitis A, B, or C), bacteria, or parasites
- Liver damage from alcohol, drugs, or poisonous mushrooms
- An overdose of acetaminophen, which can be deadly
- Immune cells in the body attacking the liver and causing autoimmune hepatitis
Common Symptoms of Hepatitis
Hepatitis in medical terms means inflammation of the heap or liver organ.
Symptoms of Acute Phase of Hepatitis
The symptoms of the hepatitis do last as long as a few weeks and can span other effects like
- Light and pale colour stool
- Jaundice like symptoms with eyes and skin turning yellow
- Dark urination
- Feeling of extreme Fatigueless
- Nausea and Vomiting
- Pain in Abdomen
Symptoms of Chronic Phase of Hepatitis
All the active carriers who are under the effect of chronic hepatitis show progressive symptoms of the disease that slowly but eventually damage their liver. Jaundice, loss of appetite, weight loss and malaria are the common symptoms displayed by the active carriers. On the other hand, the passive carriers of hepatitis don’t show any of these symptoms still they can infect others
HAV — Hepatitis A Symptoms
· Hepatitis A commonly occurs due to overcrowding of space and poor sanitation system. It is also known as Infectious Hepatitis as its transmission to the infected people id through food and water contaminated with fecal matter, hepatitis virus in the blood and on the hands of the people. The parturition period of the virus lasts between 15 to 45 days and the onset of the hepatitis can be very abrupt. The sudden onset of the hepatitis is marked by the high fever. The Hepatitis B and C are different from Hepatitis A as in
these two types the incubation period of the virus is much longer…
HBV — Hepatitis B Symptoms
· HBV is the common name for Hepatitis B virus in the medical circles. Other commonly
referred names are Long Incubation Hepatitis and Serum Hepatitis. It is actually the most deterrent pathogen that happens to be blood borne… HBV has a rather long incubation period ranging between 50 days to 180 days during which the virus can potentially appear in the infected person’s urine, fecal matter, semen, sweat and tears; spreading across the body without any visible signs of it being there.
· The beginning of HBV is often marked by mild flu-type symptoms coupled with Acute Hepatitis Symptoms. However, about 70% of the patients remain infectious for more than three months even after the acute stage symptoms have subsided. For 5%-10% of the cured patients, the case is altogether different, as they become lifelong carriers of the infection. Often these lifelong carriers develop liver cancer and cirrhosis. HbsAg is the lab investigation for Hepatitis B virus
HCV — Hepatitis C Symptoms
· HCV or Hepatitis C virus spread through contaminated blood. Occurring mostly in adults, it very common in Intra Venous drug users. It is a form of “Blood Transfusion Associated” Hepatitis. With an incubation period of 20 days to 90 days for the virus, most of the positive cases of HCV are unearthed between 5th and 10th week after exposure to virus. With the advancement of chronic stage, the infectious stage ends abruptly. With an insidiously acute stage of HCV showing symptoms such as vomiting, jaundice, nausea and anorexia, more than half the HCV infected persons develop into chronic patients. Many even advance onto develop liver cancer and cirrhosis
Homeopathy Treatment for hepatitis
Avoiding alcohol and fatty foods as these can be hard for the liver to process and may exacerbate the inflammation. Patients should get plenty of rest and eat a nutritious diet. They should also ensure they do not spread Hepatitis Virus by washing their hands after using the toilet and before preparing food. Symptomatic Homeopathy medicine acts well in all type of hepatitis.
Whom to contact for Hepatitis Treatment
Dr.Senthil Kumar Treats many cases of all types of Hepatitis, In his medical professional experience with successful results. Many patients get relief after taking treatment from Dr.Senthil Kumar. Dr.Senthil Kumar visits Chennai at Vivekanantha Homeopathy Clinic, Velachery, Chennai 42. To get appointment please call 9786901830, +91 94430 54168 or mail to firstname.lastname@example.org,
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