About Hepatitis B Symptoms
What is Hepatitis B?
Hepatitis B is an infection that can be acute or chronic in nature. Hepatitis B is the virus that causes it (HBV). Hepatitis is a liver illness in which the liver is inflamed. Hepatitis A, B, and C are three different viruses that have many of the same symptoms. Hepatitis B (and C), in contrast to Hepatitis A, which sometimes goes away without therapy, usually causes more serious symptoms and necessitates more aggressive treatment. Hepatitis B symptoms are rarely fatal. In fact, they may only endure a short time. HBV, on the other hand, can cause cirrhosis or liver cancer, both of which can be life-threatening.