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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN HEPA A , HEPA B and HEPA C?
« on: July 06, 2009, 01:26:24 AM »
Sorry to ask but am still confused between the 2 ano ba talaga ang difference? care to share some info?
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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN HEPA A , HEPA B and HEPA C?
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Re: DIFFERENCE BETWEEN HEPA A AND HEPA B?
« Reply #1 on: July 06, 2009, 01:28:42 AM »
marami silang difference...as far as i know..

HEPA A = cause by food
HEPA B = sexually transmitted disease


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Re: DIFFERENCE BETWEEN HEPA A AND HEPA B?
« Reply #2 on: August 15, 2009, 11:04:39 AM »
well they are both liver diseases but they come from different source...

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Re: DIFFERENCE BETWEEN HEPA A AND HEPA B?
« Reply #3 on: August 30, 2009, 09:50:28 PM »
Hepatitis A
Type of transmission: mainly fecal-oral - i.e. transmission of hepatitis A virus through contaminated water in areas with poor sanitary conditions and through oral-anal sexual contact (rimming/ass licking).

Symptoms: often there are no symptoms or only slight ones similar to flu (fever, tiredness, nausea, loss of appetite). In a few cases there may be jaundice symptoms (yellowing of the skin and eyes, dark urine and light colouration of the stool/shit). Symptoms usually last around 4 weeks.

Treatment: No specific therapy available. Keep off alcohol, medicines that affect the liver, and drugs.

Protection: Excellent protection with Hepatitis A vaccination (can be combined with Hepatitis B vaccination).

Hepatitis B
Type of transmission: mainly through sexual contact and through blood.

Symptons: in the actute phase often with no symptons or flu-like symptons (fever, tiredness, nausea, loss of appetite) and abdominal pain. In approx. one third of all cases jaundice symptoms (yellowing of skin and eyes, dark urine and light colouration of stool/shit). Chronic infection occurs in around 5% of all cases (or 25% of those infected with HIV). Symptons usually last from 4-6 weeks.

Treatment: no specific therapy in the acute phase. Keep off alcohol, medicines that affect the liver and drugs. If you have chronic hepatitis you may need a course of therapy.

Protection: Excellent protection with Hepatitis B vaccination (can be combined with Hepatitis A vaccination). Using condoms minimises risk of transmission.

Hepatitis C
Type of transmission: through blood and blood contact (also from injecting drug use); transmission also possible through sexual contact. People with an immunodeficiency syndrom (e.g. people with HIV) are more liable to infection.

Symptons: In 50-80% of cases acute hepatitis C has no symptoms. In 10-20% of cases flu-like symptoms appear and in 10% of cases jaundice symptoms occur (yellowing of skin and eyes, dark urine, light colouration of stool/shit). 50-80% of cases involve chronic hepatitis C which can result in serious liver damage after several years. Otherwise symptons last up to 6 months. Chronic hepatitis C in conjunction with a HIV infection can result in quicker liver damage and complications.

Treatment: drug-based therapy.

Protection: Condoms reduce the risk of transmission during sexual contact. Avoid coming into contact with blood (use rubber gloves epecially for fist fucking); do not share syringes and needles for IV drug use. There is no vaccine for hepatitis C.


 

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