If you know you have been suffering with Hepatitis A, immediately contact your doctor. There is no treatment for the disease. Your doctor may take tests that check your liver function to ensure your body is healing.
Bed rest is advised until clinical and laboratory evidence of acute illness has disappeared. Patients should be treated at home unless there is specific indication.
Indications for hospitalization
High carbohydrate, high protein, low fat diet, thus, providing adequate calories (2000-3000 K cal). Initially, fruit juice, glucose and sugarcane juice should be given to an anorexic patient.
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Hepatitis A is spreadable through sexual activity; therefore, care should be taken while having sex.
Recovery from symptoms following infection may take several weeks and even extend up to several months.
No. There are no specific medicines to cure infection with Hepatitis A.
It can be treated by avoiding sexual contact and maintaining good hygienic conditions, using proper diet and visiting health care providers on time.
Recovery from symptoms following infection may take several weeks and can even extend up to several months.
No. Sexual activity should be avoided until treatment is successful.
Yes. Re-infection is possible from sexual activity with an infected person.