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What’re the symptoms of hepatitis B infection?
« on: March 24, 2009, 11:33:58 PM »
What’re the symptoms of hepatitis B infection?

Symptoms usually begin 6 weeks to 6 months after exposure to the virus (average 2 months). The duration of illness varies; most people recover within 3 weeks. In adults, early symptoms can include nausea (upset stomach), loss of appetite, vomiting, fatigue, and abdominal cramps (stomach or side pain). Dark yellow or brown urine, pale or white-colored stools
(bowel movements), and jaundice (yellow eyes or skin) may also be present. Persons can have all or only a few of the above signs and symptoms. Nearly all infants and children and 50% of adults with a new infection have no symptoms whatsoever. Over 90% of infants, 50% of children, and 5% of adults with acute hepatitis B will develop chronic or long-term infection. Chronic hepatitis B may lead to liver disease including cirrhosis and liver cancer.
In general, hepatitis B is more serious than hepatitis A and is occasionally fatal, especially in older people or after a blood transfusion, and can be mild or full-blown (fulminant). When a person with hepatitis B has hepatitis D as well, symptoms are more severe. Joint pains and itchy red hives on the skin (wheals) are more likely in a person with hepatitis B than with the other viruses.

Hepatitis B becomes chronic in 5 to 10% of infected people. In the Far East and parts of Africa, hepatitis B virus is responsible for many cases of chronic hepatitis, cirrhosis, and liver cancer

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What’re the symptoms of hepatitis B infection?
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Re: What’re the symptoms of hepatitis B infection?
« Reply #1 on: February 25, 2010, 08:03:36 AM »
i see... ganito pala yun... yung tito ko po kasi nagkaroon ng hepa B... yung sa kanya ang nangyari,.... lumabo po yung kanyang mata.. nagkaroon sya ng catarata... tapos balita ko nagpalaser sya sa  mata para mawala yung kayang catarata.. ngayon po ongoing ang kanyang treatment sa REHHerbal.. narinig nyo na po yun??

nagbebenta po sila zuvelenterprise d2.. tsaka mr. ruben... pwede nyo po sila macontact sa mga merong hepa b....



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Re: What’re the symptoms of hepatitis B infection?
« Reply #2 on: February 24, 2012, 12:38:00 AM »
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i see... ganito pala yun... yung tito ko po kasi nagkaroon ng hepa B... yung sa kanya ang nangyari,.... lumabo po yung kanyang mata.. nagkaroon sya ng catarata... tapos balita ko nagpalaser sya sa  mata para mawala yung kayang catarata.. ngayon po ongoing ang kanyang treatment sa REHHerbal.. narinig nyo na po yun??

nagbebenta po sila zuvelenterprise d2.. tsaka mr. ruben... pwede nyo po sila macontact sa mga merong hepa b....


pwede po ba makuha number nyo?


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Re: What’re the symptoms of hepatitis B infection?
« Reply #3 on: February 24, 2012, 12:39:24 AM »
w8 ko po reply nyo . . ned your help


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Re: What’re the symptoms of hepatitis B infection?
« Reply #4 on: February 25, 2012, 12:53:02 AM »
w8 ko po reply nyo . . ned your help

may advertisement po sila dito i think.. try nyo. search nyo po reh herbal..


 

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