There is no effective drug treatment of hepatitis A
since it is a viral disease.
So as with any other viral diseases,the affected individuals should avoid contacts with others,take plenty of fluids,and take rest.
Since the stool remains very contagious for several weeks into the illness, they should be extra careful with bathroom hygiene. If possible, a separate bathroom should be set aside until recovery. Separating eating utensils may be of benefit.
Most of he people suffering from hepatitis A recover completely in 5 to 6 weeks time however around 10% people may have prolonged waxing and waning illness that may last as long as 6 months.
There is no chance of this problem becoming chronic and once a person recovers from it,he never gets it again in his life.
Your temporary increase in bilirubin
levels is Normal and should not be worried.
Relax,soon you shall be all right.You are not doing anything wrong.Nausea
and loss of appetite shall be allright soon.