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Every Blood Donator Should Go Through Hepatitis B and C Test Before Transfusion

Hepatitis (inflammation of liver) is counted among contagious diseases. This disease is spread due to a special kind of virus. Its five kinds are famous that are called A, B, C, D and E. A & E are recovered automatically after completing their cycle.

Liver is an important body organ. It stops the flowing of blood out of the body and also keeps us safe from infections. It not only kills the medicines and toxins present in the blood but also accumulate required energy for the body. One of the important works of Liver is breaking the diet ingredients and thus balancing the level of hormones in it. Hepatitis (inflammation of liver) is counted among contagious diseases. This disease is spread due to a special kind of virus. Its five kinds are famous that are called ‘A’, ‘B’, ‘C’, ‘D’ and ‘E’. ‘A’ type is spread due to infection while ‘B’ through serum. The most fatal types are ‘B’ and ‘C’, which have been a big problem all over the globe. According to a medical research every 12th person of the world is its victim. According to WHO 500 million people are Hepatitis (inflammation of liver) victimized. Among these every year 10.5 million people are killed. According to experts Hepatitis ‘A’ & ‘E’ are spread due to unhealthy diet and impure water, whereas Hepatitis “B” damages liver severely.

REASONS OF HEPATITIS AND ITS KINDS

The meaning of Hepatitis is inflammation of liver. It has two big kinds. First kind is spread due to drinking of impure water and eating impure diet, whereas other is spread by using impure syringes that are used during blood transfusion. Both the kinds are different from each other and are called ‘A’ and ‘E’. As catarrh and flu are recovered after sometime automatically, similarly Hepatitis A & E are also recovered after some while. During this process patient should take simple and balanced diet to avoid weakness and should

drink pure water as much as possible. In Hepatitis ‘A’ & ‘E’ eyes become yellowish and urine becomes yellowish and thick. One of its obvious symptoms is that the patient feels too much exhaustion.

These ‘A’ and ‘E’ kinds are not dangerous and their patients get recovered from them automatically in a week or two, whereas other types in which ‘B’, ‘C’, and ‘D’ are included are very dangerous. The duration of Hepatitis ‘B’, ‘C’ and ‘D’ is long and if gets complicated, 30% to 40% people have to face the danger of death.

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