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Sohalaya Sen asked 3 years ago

What is the difference between Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, and Hepatitis C?

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freedoctorhelpline Staff answered 3 years ago

Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, and Hepatitis C are diseases caused by three different ways. Although each can cause similar symptoms, they have different modes of transmission and can affect the liver differently. Hepatitis A appears only as an acute or newly occurring infection and does not become chronic. People with Hepatitis A usually improve without treatment. Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C can also begin as acute infections, but in some people, the virus remains in the body, resulting in chronic disease and long-term liver problems. There are vaccines to prevent Hepatitis A and B; however, there is not one for Hepatitis C. If a person has had one type of viral hepatitis in the past, it is still possible to get the other types.

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