What Are the Symptoms of Acute Hepatitis C?

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Acute hepatitis C is a contagious disease caused by the hepatitis C virus (HCV). This kind of virus will spread through contact with infected blood and bodily fluids. Also, it causes liver inflammation even serious liver damage. Here are the symptoms of acute hepatitis C : • nausea • vomiting • loss of appetite • fever • fatigue • abdominal pain • joint pain • dark urine • light, clay-colored bowel movements • jaundice, or yellowing of the skin and eyes If you have symptoms above, please contact your doctor immediately. Keywords: symptoms related acute hepatitis c include
Jacob my name is Andy I’m 31 years old. I have this man in my church that has hep c. He had a bottle of water with flavoring in it and wanted me to try it. I can’t remember if I took a drink. Is there even the slightest chance I could be infected?
Hi, Andy. Based on the information, you could not be infected. Generally, hepatitis is spread through blood, less commonly, sexual contact. There is no evidence that the hepatitis C virus can be transmitted by casual contact such as hugging or shaking hands, through foods, by sharing eating utensils or drinking glasses, or by coughing or sneezing.
Well see when this happened, he didn’t know he had hep c. So he hadn’t started treatment yet. Would that make a difference
Hep C virus is commonly spread through blood, transmission through saliva is very unlikely.