Российское сообщество больных Гепатитом С


For a slight majority of patients, the illness begins suddenly as though one had come down with the flu. Except that this “flu” doesn’t seem to completely go away. For many other patients, the onset appears gradually over a long period of time. Infants and young children often have no symptoms at all.

Many other symptoms may also be present, however they will typically be different among different patients. These include: fatigue, low-grade fever, headaches; slight sore throat, loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting, sensitivity to light, and stiff or aching joints.

Many people develop a pain in the right side, over the liver area.

The urine may become dark brown, and the feces may be pale. In severe acute infections, some people may develop jaundice in which the skin and whites of the eyes become yellowish.

The degree of severity can differ widely among patients, and will also vary over time for the same patient. Severity can vary between getting unusually fatigued following stressful events, to being totally bedridden and completely disabled. The symptoms have a tendency to wax and wane over time.



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