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Clinical Manifestations of Hepatitis B

Oct 10, 2018

The incubation period of hepatitis B is 6 weeks to 6 months, usually 3 months. This period is called the incubation period from the invasion of the hepatitis virus to the initial clinical symptoms. The incubation period varies with the type, quantity, virulence, and immune status of the pathogen.

Whole body performance

Patients often feel weak, prone to fatigue, and may have mild fever. Insomnia, dreams, etc. may be related to this.

2. Digestive tract performance

In hepatitis, liver function is abnormal, bile secretion is reduced, and there is often loss of appetite, nausea, oiliness, upper abdominal discomfort, and abdominal distension.

3. Jaundice

When the condition is severe, liver function is impaired, bilirubin intake, binding, secretion, excretion and other obstacles, blood bilirubin concentration increases. Bilirubin is excreted from the urine, and the color of the urine turns yellow, which is the earliest manifestation of jaundice.

4. Liver pain

Chronic hepatitis Bgenerally does not have severe pain. Some patients may have right upper quadrant, right quarter rib discomfort, dull pain, tenderness or snoring pain. If the pain in the liver area is severe, pay attention to the possibility of biliary diseases, liver cancer, and gastrointestinal diseases to avoid misdiagnosis.