Hepatitis B is an infectious disease caused by the hepatitis virus and leads to acute and chronic infections The infection is transmitted by contact with blood contaminated with the virus or with fluids & fluids. The body contains contaminated blood.
Possible forms of transfer include sexual contact, blood transfusion, blood transfusion, re-use of contaminated needles, or mother of child during birth.
Hepatitis B symptoms are the skin, dark urine, mild fever, abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite and general illness.
Hepatitis B is usually improved on its own and without long-term consequences, while some can take a chronic course and lead to serious complications such as cirrhosis.
Hepatitis B can be prevented by receiving the vaccine, and applies to people at risk of being caught as children of infected mothers and those in contact with their patients.