Prevention and treatment for Hepatitis

Hepatitis A, B, C and E virus will resolve on their own by hepatitis infections over several weeks or months. But severe cases of acute hepatitis B can be treated with antiviral drugs such as lamivudine. Chronic hepatitis B and C infections which do not get better on their own after a few months may be treated with antiviral medications such as pegylated interferon injections or oral antivirals such as lamivudine for hepatitis B or ribavirin for hepatitis C. However, ribavairin must be taken with peginterferon in order for it to be an effective treatment against hepatitis C. Although there is no vaccine for hepatitis D, the disease can still be prevented by vaccinating against hepatitis B. Liver transplants may be necessary if the liver is severely damaged.

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