Hepatitis refers to viral infections of the liver that are often transmitted sexually among men who have sex with men. There are several types of hepatitis, but here we will discuss the most common type, Hepatitis A.
Hepatitis A is a type of hepatitis that is passed between people by a fecal/oral route, i.e. getting poop from an infected person into your mouth such as through rimming (butt licking) or ingesting contaminated food (this can happen when people preparing food do not wash their hands after using the bathroom).
Symptoms of Hepatitis A and B are similar and can vary in severity from person to person. In general, symptoms of the three types can include: fatigue, sometime so severe it is hard to get out of bed, loss of appetite, nausea and vomiting that gets worse as the day progresses, and loss of desire to smoke cigarettes. Yellowing of the skin and eyes (jaundice) is also common as well as darker urine than normal. Dull pain in the upper abdomen may also be a sign of Hep. A infection.
Hepatitis A The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) lists household or sexual contact, day care attendance or employment, and recent international travel to areas with poor sanitation as major known risk factors for infection with hepatitis A. Eating food prepared by infected food handlers and using contaminated needles are other risk factors.
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