Chronic viral hepatitis are infection triggered by viruses A, B, C, D that affect the liver. The inflammatory process begins from damage to cells - this is hepatitis. If the disease lasts more than 6 months, it is chronic hepatitis.
- weakness, lethargy, rapid fatigability;
- sleep failure: difficulty falling asleep at night and a constant desire to sleep during the day;
- nausea, vomiting;
- pain in the right subcostal area;
- skin and mucous membranes turn yellow.
If you suspect hepatitis, you should see a doctor. The specialist will examine you, collect your anamnesis and prescribe blood tests for viral hepatitis. After all these examinations, treatment will be prescribed. This involves a strict diet, avoiding fatty, fried and smoked foods. Alcohol is also completely excluded. In addition, the doctor may prescribe antiviral medications and hepatoprotectors. Self-treatment may lead to a worsening of the symptoms as well as loss of time. That is why it is the doctor who prescribes and monitors the treatment.
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