- Hepatitis A takes 14 to 21 days after infection to cause symptoms. It is transmitted through food. Once infected with HAV, some symptoms such as dark yellow urine and fatigue will begin to appear within 25 days
- Hepatitis B is on the increase worldwide. It is transmitted through direct contact with blood, serum, saliva, faeces, urine, and sexual contact
- Hepatitis C is a truly serious disease with no known effective treatment. It is transmitted through blood and body fluids in transfusions, injections, the sharing of IV needles with drug users, and possibly by sexual contact with exposed partners.
- Hepatitis D only occurs in the presence of Hepatitis B virus
- Hepatitis E is another common type of hepatitis in developing countries. It occurs in epidemics. The infection route for it is faucal-oral, the same as the route for Hepatitis A virus; therefore, again, you must be very careful in what you eat and drink
- Low-grade fever
- Rigors and chills
- Dark color urine
- White color stool
- Very much weakness
- Loss of weight
- Pain in liver area
- In modern medicine, the only protection against hepatitis is the HAV and the HBV vaccines. There is nothing available for HCV protection so far.
- Therefore, limiting our exposure to hepatitis is the best prevention.
- Doing safe sexual practices.
- Taking precautions when exposed to blood and blood products.
- Avoiding the sharing of IV needles.
- Taking care to eat in restaurants that enforce hand-washing policies among their employees.
- Avoiding scavenger seafood
Cirrhosis of the liver is a chronic, diffuse degenerative liver disease in which the parenchyma (the functional organ tissue) degenerates, the lobules are infiltrated with fat and structurally altered, dense perilobular connective tissue forms, and areas of regeneration often develop. Cirrhosis is the seventh leading cause of death by disease in the United States. In most cases, though, there is a loss of liver cell function, and an increased resistance to blood flows through the damaged liver tissue (a condition known as portal hypertension) leading to esophageal varices. Severe cirrhosis leads to ammonia toxicity, hepatic coma, gastrointestinal haemorrhage, and kidney failure. As liver cells are destroyed, they are systematically replaced by scar tissue.
CAUSES OF CIRRHOSIS —
- Alcohol abuse
- Treatment of liver cirrhosis
- Altered diet (eat small but frequent meals of nutritious foods).
- Avoiding or limiting the use of alcoholic beverages
- Avoid chemicals or chemicals based drugs
- Sodium and fluids should be restricted
- Patients should avoid exposure to infections
- Our liver protective package
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