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Differences and plants to treat Hepatitis A, B, and C

Many people do not understand the difference between Hepatitis A, B and C, so it often goes wrong in the handling and treatment of hepatitis.

Here's the difference between Hepatitis A, B and C:

  • Hepatitis A

Transmission of viral hepatitis A or hepatitis virus type A (HVA) through the fecal oral, that the virus is found in the stool. The virus is also easily transmitted through food or beverages that have been contaminated, too often through sexual contact with an infected person.
Symptoms of hepatitis A usually do not appear until you have the virus for several weeks. Hepatitis A is associated with a clean lifestyle. In many cases, Hepatitis A infection never develop to severe hepatitis B or C so it will not cause liver cancer. However, Hepatitis A continues to be treated well because of reduced productivity for those who had to be hospitalized.

Signs and symptoms of Hepatitis A are:
- Fatigue
- Nausea and vomiting
- Abdominal pain or discomfort, especially in the liver (on the right side below the ribs)
- Loss of appetite
- Fever
- Urine dark
- Muscle pain
- Yellowing of the skin and eyes (jaundice).

  • Hepatitis B

Hepatitis type B virus (HVB) can be transmitted through blood and body fluids are sexual contact, transmission from mother to fetus in the womb and through injections or blood transfusions contaminated with hepatitis B virus, the user of medical equipment (needles, knives, scissors) are not sterilized perfect, piercing, tattooing, razors, nail clippers are not sterile.

Unlike Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B virus in some people can lead to chronic hepatitis B, leading to liver failure, liver cancer or cirrhosis, a condition that causes permanent scarring in the liver. Hepatitis B Signs and symptoms usually appear about 3 months after infection and can range from mild to severe.

Signs and symptoms of Hepatitis B is similar to hepatitis A, namely:
- Abdominal pain
- Urine dark
- Fever
- Joint pain
- Loss of appetite
- Nausea and vomiting
- Weakness and fatigue
- Yellowing of skin and whites of the eyes (jaundice).

  • Hepatitis C

Hepatitis C has the highest severity than Hepatitis A and B. Same as Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C is transmitted through blood infection from the main street of blood transfusions or blood products not screened (examination), exchange of syringes by injecting drug users (injecting drug users / IDUs) and needles or tattoo equipment and unsterile piercing.

Hepatitis C virus infection also known as covert infections (silent infection) due to the HIV infection is often asymptomatic or no typical symptoms that are often overlooked. Most people do not know they are infected with Hepatitis C and liver damage appears or through routine medical tests.

If there is any symptoms, Hepatitis C is usually only shows flu-like symptoms, such as:
- Fatigue
- Fever
- Nausea or poor appetite
- Muscle and joint pain
- Pain in the liver area.

Plants that can be used to treat hepatitis B, you can see it here, and plants that can be used to treat hepatitis A, can be seen here.
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