Viral Hepatitis: Tackling a Silent Killer

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Viral Hepatitis is a major public health problem. In addition to causing loss of 250,000 lives annually, it also causes a huge financial burden due to repeated hospitalizations, particularly in cases of Hepatitis B and C. For Hepatitis C Treatment you can contact Dr. Harish Verma 9910672020

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Viral Hepatitis: Tackling a Silent Killer :

Viral Hepatitis: Tackling a Silent Killer Viral Hepatitis is a major public health problem. In addition to causing loss of 250,000 lives annually, it also causes a huge financial burden due to repeated hospitalizations, particularly in cases of Hepatitis B and C. For Hepatitis C Treatment you can contact Dr. Harish Verma 9910672020 BOTH hepatitis A and E are hyper endemic in India and are caused by drinking contaminated water. Both these viruses, in addition to causing sporadic cases of jaundice, also cause large epidemics, particularly during the monsoon, flooding and natural calamities like earthquakes and famine etc.

HOW HCV IS NOT TRANSMITTED? :

HOW HCV IS NOT TRANSMITTED ? 1. The Hepatitis C virus is NOT airborne. 2. It is NOT spread by: • sneezing and coughing • holding hands • kissing • using the same bathroom • eating food prepared by someone with HCV • holding a child in your arms • swimming in the same pool

Signs and Symptoms:

Signs and Symptoms • Mental confusion (called hepatic encephalopathy), caused by a buildup in the blood of harmful toxins Additional symptoms that may be associated with this disease or its complications include: • Decreased urine output • Pale or clay colored stools • Nosebleeds or bleeding gums • Abdominal fullness, pain, and indigestion • Fevers • Impotence and loss of interest in sex • Bleeding hemorrhoids • Vomiting blood (from esophageal varices [enlarged veins in the esophagus] due to portal hypertension – build up of pressure in the large vein supplying blood to the liver; see Complications section).

Signs and Symptoms:

Signs and Symptoms • Mental confusion (called hepatic encephalopathy), caused by a buildup in the blood of harmful toxins Additional symptoms that may be associated with this disease or its complications include: • Decreased urine output • Pale or clay colored stools • Nosebleeds or bleeding gums • Abdominal fullness, pain, and indigestion • Fevers • Impotence and loss of interest in sex • Bleeding hemorrhoids • Vomiting blood (from esophageal varices [enlarged veins in the esophagus] due to portal hypertension – build up of pressure in the large vein supplying blood to the liver; see Complications section).

Contact Us:

Contact Us If you have any query related to Hepatitis , feel free to get in touch with us. Call us at 99106-72020 for a free consultation. Email Us @ drharishverma@gmail.com Visit @ http://www.hepatitisccare.com/

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