Hepatitis B Virus Conditions That Are Sometimes Active And Sometimes Do Not Appear. Including Acute Or Chronic Hepatitis?
Afternoon. I want to ask about hepatitis brnIf the virus is active, sometimes it doesn’t go into acute or chronic hepatitis.rnPlease info.x. thanks
Hepatitis B is an infection of the liver caused by the HBV virus. Transmission of the HBV virus can be through blood transfusions, sexual intercourse, the use of alternating needles, direct contact with body fluids of people with the HBV virus. At the beginning of infection, patients usually do not show symptoms, but as the patient's immunity decreases, symptoms that can arise include fatigue, decreased appetite, nausea, fever, to a yellowish color in the body and eyeballs.
Hepatitis B virus conditions that are sometimes active and sometimes do not appear in chronic hepatitis B conditions. Normally, acute hepatitis B infection is short-lived and can be fought off by the immune system. However, further blood tests need to be done to determine whether what is experienced is chronic or acute hepatitis B.
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