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Types for Hepatitis: Symptoms, Tests, Reasons, Prevention

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5 Types for Hepatitis Symptoms, Tests, Reasons, Prevention

Hepatitis is a liver disease. There are 5 types of Hepatitis. The swelling of the liver is called Hepatitis. It is suffering people at a broader level and increasing rapidly at an average 1% out of 10 people are suffering from hepatitis. There are five common types of hepatitis that have been noted in the world. Hepatitis A, B, C, D, E. Stage A is an initially diagnosed stage in the first treatment. B stage is crucial and required long process treatment for cure. Hepatitis C is the most dangerous type of hepatitis. Symptoms of hepatitis are in the early stage. I need to go to the doctor and get a checkup for this disease.

5 Types of Hepatitis

This is virus-infected disease and this virus has A, B, C, D, E types. Moreover, this disease is affected by drinking alcohol, dangerous chemical small material which we already stayed in our body.

Hepatitis A

It is a common disease type of hepatitis and almost 40% of patients of hepatitis have this type of hepatitis. And it’s also called Virus A. it has spread all over the world already and mostly increases in autumn weather like a viral disease. This type of hepatitis affected mostly older people. In Childes, its infected time goes to 10 to almost 45 days and it is curable.

Reasons for the Hepatitis A

Hepatitis A Virus extract from the body via waste and different kind of bees, flys, and mosquitoes become the source or carrier of this virus to inject in the healthy human body or their food. Which humans consume without cleaning the food can be a bigger victim of this virus.
Liver functionality affected by this virus at a lower level and blood-making process halt sometimes.
This could be a viral infected disease to reach other healthy people.

Symptoms of Hepatitis A

• Loss of appetite
• The patient can’t take hard digest food to intake
• Dysfunctional effect of Digest System
• Headache
• Patient Feel Upset and irritation at the liver place in the body from the outside surface.
• Constipation is common in this type
• Fever
• Fever goes to 101C.
• It can increase a little bit of liver and spleen in size
• Skin pimples and wounds on the body
• Urine extract the bile salt and bile pigments
• Decrease the red cells in the blood

Prevention of Hepatitis A

• Clean yourself
• Clean your food before intake
• While treating the patient, don’t touch the patient’s usage material.
• Keep patient in a separate place
• Go to check up and get medic treatment initially
• Complete the medic process for the cure

Avoid This Food in Hepatitis A

• Meat
• Spicy food
• Citric acid-based food
• Drinking Alcohol
• Oily foods

Hepatitis B

This is a dangerous disease of LIVER’s swelling. This Virus B type disease diagnoses when it’s already injected and spread in the body of the patient. Hepatitis B showed intense symptoms but it is also curable but only 90% of patients can cure. This type of hepatitis turns into chronic hepatitis and after it can take the shape of Chronic Active Hepatitis. This virus affects the veins of the liver due to increasing the intense blood pressure in the veins of the liver. Which trigger other diseases in small organs in the belly.

Reason of Hepatitis B

• Virus B infected blood transfer
• Virus-infected blood transfer in pregnant women can harm the baby inside
• This type of virus extracts from breast milk which is the food of baby.
• This virus transfer via breast milk on cloths, or touches of hands-on other material.
• Hepatitis B can be spread easily in drugs, alcohol drinkers.
• Drug addicted people usually take the same blood injected syringe one by one.
• A sexual relationship with hepatitis infected patient.

Symptoms of Hepatitis B

• Laziness
• Loss of appetite
• Fatigue
• Headache
• Fever sometime
• Pain in joints
• Badly affected kidneys
• Urine color change to yellow
• Vomits

Hepatitis C

This is one most critic type from types of Hepatitis usually effected by virus c infected blood transfer to other people.
Almost 50% of patients have chronic Hepatitis because of Hepatitis C.
Almost 25% of patients have effected by Liver Cirrhosis within 5 to 10 years of Hepatitis C.
Liver Cirrhosis can cause of Liver Cancer

Reason of Hepatitis C

Hemophilia patients affected by Hepatitis C virus usually
Those people badly infected by hepatitis who take drugs via blood veins

Symptoms of Hepatitis C

• Headache
• Loss of Appetite
• Vomit condition
• Fatigue and tiredness
• Joint Pains
• Swelling of Liver and pain
• Weight Loss

What is Liver Cirrhosis?

Liver Cirrhosis creates itself with chronic hepatitis. This is one dangerous type from 5 types of hepatitis.  Chronic Hepatitis or any infection in the liver can cause creating the material of the liquid thread inside the liver which infects the liver functionality while producing the blood. Liver cirrhosis makes liver inside surface hard and thick and makes ties of threads in small and large size which reduce the size of liver. The liver doesn’t find the proper functional space to work and make blood. The liver tries to balance the blood pressure inside but this turns negative in response. Liver size goes larger which also affects other body organs and veins of blood. Fat around the liver goes to the melting condition. In a few days or weeks, Fat almost finished from the liver surface. And liver cirrhosis’s threads spread almost in all liver and liver size reduce by dysfunctionality and in the meantime liver cannot work, Stopped functionalities.

Reason of Liver Cirrhosis

• Liver Cirrhosis spread by these reasons:
• Drinking Alcohol
• Liver Chronic Swelling
• Blood Veins infected by Hepatitis Virus
• Malaria

Symptoms of Liver Cirrhosis

Some symptoms of liver cirrhosis raise in early-stage and some raise after the hepatitis c stage.
• The dysfunctionality of the Digest System
• Loss of Appetite
• Irritation
• Loss of Hair from body
• Low production of fluids inside the body
• Small size blue colored spots on the body
• The increasing size of the chest in males
• Decreasing the size of chest in women
• Menstrual issues in women
• The increasing size of the liver
• Changing color of Hands palm
• Blood extract from the stomach
• Swelling of feet
• Smell from mouth
• Blood vomiting
• Kidney failure
• Low blood pressure
• Liver Cancer

Hepatitis D

This is Virus D type of Hepatitis. This hepatitis does not replicate until the availability of virus B
Virus B Produce the antigen surface of Hepatitis B. Hepatitis D infected with HBV.

Symptoms of Hepatitis D

• Pain in body
• Laziness
• Vomit condition
• Loss of appetite
• Fever pains
• Yellow color in eyes, skin, urine

Reason of Hepatitis D

The biggest reason for Hepatitis D is using the same syringe for drug-taking via veins of blood. And infected blood transfer.
And Sexual relationship with virus-infected patients.

Hepatitis E

This is a virus E type of Hepatitis E. it spread via Virus E. This virus mostly affects pregnant women but this doesn’t turn into chronic hepatitis.
Reasons for Hepatitis E
This virus spread like hepatitis A virus and drug and alcohol infections are common reasons for this virus.

Symptoms of Hepatitis E

Loss of Appetite
Damages of Digest system
Fever

10 Major Reasons for Hepatitis: Why it is spreading rapidly

• Hepatitis Virus-Infected Blood Transfer
• Non-Qualified or Non Expert Doctor’s Treatment
• Uncleaned and non-antiseptic Shavers and Hair Cutting Materials of Barber Shop
• Tattoos Making
• Uncleaned Needles of Acupuncture treatment
• Newborn baby from Hepatitis infected a pregnant woman
• Sexual Relationship with Hepatitis Infected Patient
• Taking Uncleaned Food
• Avoid Self Cleaning
• Drinking Alcohol and Drugs

How to prevent Hepatitis Disease

• Use cleaned food
• Boiled Water
• Avoid Meat, Egg, Spices, Junk Food
• Warm Milk
• Use Wheat Bread
• Avoid Steroids and taking too many antibiotic medicines
• Use Fruits and Juices in daily life

Test for Hepatitis Diagnoses

• Liver Function Test LFT
• Prothrombin Time PT
• Serum Protein
• Viral marker
• Immunological Test
• Ultrasound
• CT scan
• Colostogram
• Collided Scan Test
• PTC
• Biopsy

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