The term Hepatitis usually refers to the inflammation of the liver due to an overload of certain toxins, specific kinds of drugs, excessive alcohol intake and infections from viruses or bacteria. It has three common types: Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, and Hepatitis C. Each type of Hepatitis is caused by a different type of virus. Even though each of these types can affect comparable symptoms, they have different methods of spreading and can distress the liver in a different ways. Hepatitis A only appears as newly happening infection and does not become lasting. It also normally goes away without any treatment. Both Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C can begin as severe infections. However, for some people, the virus that caused the infection remains in the body longer, causing chronic disease and long-term liver problems. There are vaccines to prevent the types of Hepatitis A and B to ever occur; however, there is not a vaccine for Hepatitis C. Hepatitis C is a transmittable liver disease that varies in severity from a mild illness that can last for few weeks to a serious, lifelong sickness that attacks the liver. Hepatitis C is from infection with the Hepatitis C virus (HCV), which is spread chiefly over contact with the blood of another infected person. If a person has had one type of viral hepatitis in the past, it is still possible to get the other types. This article lists 12 of the symptoms of Hepatitis C to watch for.
How It Is A Symptom of Hepatitis C: A loss of appetite happens when you have a lessened want to eat. The loss of appetite is medical termed as anorexia. There can be a wide variety of conditions can cause the appetite to decrease. These conditions can range from mental conditions to physical sicknesses. Loss of appetite can be a symptom of an infection by bacteria, virus or fungi of any location in the body. Such is the case of Hepatitis C. A loss of appetite can be lead to other more serious conditions when left untreated.