Symptoms of acute hepatitis B.

There are many people infected with hepatitis B virus in China, which are countries with high infection rate of hepatitis B, and they are highly contagious, and most of them come from direct transmission from mother to child, and the incidence of immune tolerance is also relatively high. Acute hepatitis B is a clinical classification of hepatitis B, so what are the symptoms of acute hepatitis B?

1. Fever is the most typical symptom of acute hepatitis B, and the body temperature is generally around 38 degrees Celsius, which rarely leads to high fever. Some patients are also accompanied by general fatigue, loss of appetite and other symptoms. The symptoms of fatigue are slight as inactivity and lack of spirit, and may be bedridden in severe cases.

2. Gastrointestinal symptoms. Most patients also have digestive tract diseases, such as epigastric discomfort, abdominal distension, loss of appetite, nausea and oil aversion.

3. Jaundice. Some patients may also have jaundice, which is mainly manifested as yellow skin, urine and sclera, and may also be accompanied by itchy skin, pale stool, extreme fatigue, abdominal distention after eating, etc.

4. Pain in liver area. The typical symptom of liver lesions is pain in the liver area, mainly manifested as discomfort in the right upper abdomen and right rib, and dull pain.

5, hepatosplenomegaly. Spleen enlargement is also a typical symptom of acute hepatitis B. As long as some abnormalities are found, it is necessary to go to the hospital for a series of corresponding examinations in time. Once the condition is confirmed, it is necessary to treat it in time.

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