Hepatitis B

A serious liver infection caused by the hepatitis B virus that is very easily preventable by a vaccine.
This disease is most ordinarily spread by exposure to infected bodily fluids.
Symptoms are variable and include yellowing of the eyes, abdominal pain and dark urine. Some people who are particularly children, don't experience any symptoms. In chronic cases, liver failure, cancer can occur.
The condition often clears abreast of its own. Chronic cases require medication and possibly a liver transplant. hepatitis B is an infection of your liver. It can cause scarring of the organ, liver failure, and cancer. It are often fatal if it is not treated. It's spread when people are available contact with the blood, open sores, or body fluids of somebody who has the hepatitis B virus. Although those with chronic hepatitis B infection accept an increased risk of developing disease later in life, many should expect to measure long and healthy lives. Someone with chronic hepatitis B should be seen by a liver specialist every six months, or more often as required

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