Understanding Hepatitis and it facts
What is hepatitis?
Hepatitis is a disease described as inflammation of the liver. Liver is a complex organ that plays major roles in a wide variety of biochemical functions of the body. Liver damage caused by hepatitis is reversible, unless the damage is extensive as in the case of cirrhosis. The dysfunction of this organ can significantly impact many other organs and systems throughout the body.
Common Type of Viral Hepatitis
- Hepatitis A = Spread by food or water contamination
- Hepatitis B = Spread by blood, semen or body fluid; incurable but treatable
- Hepatitis C = Spread by blood, semen or body fluid; 90 – 95% number of patients can be cured with a new hepatitis C Treatment
- 400 million people live with hepatitis
- 6 – 10 million people are newly infected annually.
- 4,000 death a day
- Only 0.8 million people are receiving treatment
- 3 million people born between 1945 – 1965 are likely to have hepatitis3.4 million people don’t know they have it
Are you at Risk?
- Sharing toothbrush or razor
- Unsafe injection / medical procedures / sharing drug using equipment
- Unscreened blood transfusions
- Unprotected sex / multiple sex partners
- Mother to child transmission
- Tattoo or body piercing with unsterilized tools
- loss of appetite
- joint pain
- abdominal pain
Possible for Hepatitis A and Hepatitis B, but not Hepatitis C
How hepatitis is diagnosed?
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