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Does Hepatitis Cause Mild Fever, Stomach Discomfort And Eye-burn?

hello sir,i m male 24 years old,last year 2011 august i suffered from acute viral hepatitis (probably E) i recovered after 10 days of hospitalization,i m G6PD deficient and my biliribin reaches to 22,now after 10 months i m suffering from mild fever,stomach discomfort and eye-burn..i m afraid its not hepatitis again...plz help....
Sat, 26 Mar 2016
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Hi thanks for asking question.

Usually once hepatitis E occur then protective antibody form which protect fr long duration.

Here chances of hepatitis less.Still to rule out it you can estimate your liver enzymes in laboratory.

You mostly will have stomach viral flu.
CBC done ...If lymphocytosis viral infection most likely.

Meanwhile take more water.

Avoid excess tea, spicy and fatty food.

Avoid alcohol and smoking.

Fruits taken more.

If diarrhea present stool examination done

Avoid haphazard use of analgesic.

If still no benefit then USG done for further work up.

Wish you good health.

Take care.

Dr.Parth Goswami
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Does Hepatitis Cause Mild Fever, Stomach Discomfort And Eye-burn?

Hi thanks for asking question. Usually once hepatitis E occur then protective antibody form which protect fr long duration. Here chances of hepatitis less.Still to rule out it you can estimate your liver enzymes in laboratory. You mostly will have stomach viral flu. CBC done ...If lymphocytosis viral infection most likely. Meanwhile take more water. Avoid excess tea, spicy and fatty food. Avoid alcohol and smoking. Fruits taken more. If diarrhea present stool examination done Avoid haphazard use of analgesic. If still no benefit then USG done for further work up. Wish you good health. Take care. Dr.Parth Goswami