Risk Factors and a Safe Effective Remedy for Hepatitis C

Wednesday 26 September 2012

Hepatitis is an inflammation of the liver. There are 5 different forms of viral hepatitis: A, B, C, D and E (the first 3 are the most common).

Hepatitis A is the least serious. You can be infected from eating cockles or shellfish. Most people get well after an extended period of rest, and the body is able to totally get rid of the virus.

Hepatitis B (HBV) and Hepatitis C (HCV) are more serious and are chronic in nature. Most people have no symptoms, and by the time they go to the hospital, it may be too late to treat. People infected with HCV may not look or feel sick. If symptoms do develop, they often are not specific (like nausea, fatigue, vague abdominal discomfort). It can take many years after being exposed to the virus for visible damage to the liver to be detected.

Faster rates of progression (some as early as 5 years after diagnosis) are seen in people who are infected at an older age, or who consume a lot of alcohol, have HIV or other liver diseases.

HCV consists of at least 6 genotypes. HCV genotype 1 (G1) is the most common, but also the hardest to treat. For example, the response rate for those with G1 is 40%-50% at best, while those with G3 can be as high as 80%.

People with the highest risk of contracting HCV are:
  • intravenous drug abusers
  • healthcare workers who are exposed to syringes and blood
  • people who obtain tattoos and body piercings
  • people undergoing hemodialysis
  • people with multiple sexual partners
  • children born to mothers with the disease.

There are no vaccines to prevent HCV infection, but the risk can be reduced by avoiding unnecessary injections, body piercing with contaminated equipment, sharing of personal items and unprotected sexual contact with multiple partners.

(Source: Know your ABCs, StarFit4Life, 29 July 2012)

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