Hepatitis B is a very serious liver disease, which can be divided into acute and chronic. If you suffer from acute hepatitis B, there will be some obvious symptoms. At this time, everyone must pay attention to it, go to the hospital for examination immediately, and take active treatment measures. So, how long will the symptoms of acute hepatitis B last?
When suffering from acute hepatitis B, the symptoms last for a short time, usually only 3-5 days. Patients will have symptoms such as jaundice, diarrhea, nausea and loss of appetite, and their urine will be yellow. However, some patients have never had obvious symptoms after suffering from acute hepatitis B.
Acute hepatitis B has an incubation period of about 30 days. When acute hepatitis B attacks, various symptoms will appear, but they will not last for a long time. If you find that you have the above symptoms, you need to be vigilant, and you should go to the hospital for related examinations immediately.
Acute hepatitis B is very different from chronic hepatitis B because acute hepatitis B can be cured. Patients should relax and avoid drinking alcohol during treatment. Drinking alcohol when suffering from liver disease is very unfavorable to the treatment of the disease and can easily aggravate the disease, so it is absolutely forbidden to drink alcohol. In addition, patients should maintain a low-salt diet, and usually eat more foods with high vitamins and high protein.