Hepatitis B


Symptoms may not show for 40 to 160 days after exposure to the virus and can include:

  • Being and/or feeling sick
  • Lack of appetite
  • Jaundice
  • Flu-like symptoms such as aches, pains and headaches
  • Persistent fatigue


If you have been exposed to hepatitis B, your doctor will give you a vaccine and shot of hepatitis B immune globulin. This usually helps fight off the infection.

If an infection does not go away, the patient is considered to have chronic active hepatitis B. Medications are prescribed to prevent liver damage and suppress the virus. They may need to be taken for many years.

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Patient Services

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