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Understanding The Effects Of Hepatitis

Understanding The Effects Of Hepatitis

While you might be well aware of the vaccines available for Hepatitis and did not fail to give them to your children and even take it yourselves if it was missed out in your childhood, what you might not understand is what the disease is and how adverse can its effects be. Hepatitis is basically inflammation of the liver caused by different hepatitis viruses or overuse of drugs or because of autoimmune disease. It is divided into its types based on the causes. 

Read on to know about the types of hepatitis and its effects on the body.

Viral infections of the liver classified as hepatitis include hepatitis A, B, C, D, and E. For every type of hepatitis, a different virus is responsible.

Hepatitis A is an acute, short-term disease that people recover from, over a short period of time, while hepatitis B, C, and D are most likely to turn into a chronic disease. Hepatitis E is usually acute but can prove to be dangerous for pregnant women.

Hepatitis A

HAV- Hepatitis A Virus causes infection that is commonly transmitted by consuming food or water contaminated by feces from a person infected with hepatitis A.

Hepatitis B, C and D

Infectious body fluids like blood, vaginal secretions, or semen, containing the hepatitis B virus (HBV), Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) and Delta Virus (HDV) are responsible for the transmission of the disease types. The disease is spread through injecting drug and medication, sexual encounter with an infected partner, or sharing razors with an infected person. Hepatitis B and C can lead to chronic liver disease, cirrhosis, liver cancer. Hepatitis D is a serious liver disease, which is also spread through blood. It is a rare form of hepatitis that only occurs in conjunction with hepatitis B infection and cannot multiply without the presence of hepatitis B.load image...

Hepatitis E

Caused by hepatitis E virus (HEV), it is a waterborne disease mainly found in areas of poor sanitation and typically occurs due to ingesting water that has been contaminated by infected fecal matter.

Hepatitis due to medication and alcoholism also occurs and it is recommended to consult or seek medical intervention as soon as possible. Another kind of hepatitis is autoimmune hepatitis where in the immune system attack the healthy cells of liver causing infection.

Hepatitis can lead to conditions like bleeding disorders, fluid build up in your abdomen, increased blood pressure in portal veins that enter your liver- known as portal hypertension,

kidney failure, hepatic encephalopathy- involving fatigue, memory loss, and diminished mental abilities due to the buildup of toxins that affect brain function, hepatocellular carcinoma- a form of liver cancer, and even result in death.load image...

We, at Master’s Homeopathy, consider healing the disease with a natural approach with no side- effects and non-toxic, non-chemical methods. Homeopathy for liver diseases help in reducing the discomfort caused by symptoms such as muscular, joints, loss of appetite, diarrhea, fever, discoloured urine, liver enlargement, etc. Homeopathy plays a vital role in reviving liver cells and improving the life predictions for the patient. 

Homeopathy is an effective and safe approach to Hepatitis and other liver disorders. The medicines strengthen the liver and metabolic system.


Masters Homeopathy is a network of world-class premium Homeopathic clinics in both Telugu states. Masters Homeopathy is committed to providing advanced Homeopathic Treatments enriched with decades of rich experience, and expertise in treating various diseases. Masters Homeopathy clinic utilises world class techniques, advanced technology and updated software for effective treatment of diseases without any side effects.


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