People Can Now Get Hepatitis A Information At Express STD Testing

People interested in Hepatitis A information can now get what they need at Express STD Testing. The site also offer comprehensive std testing including hepatitis A testing.

According to the site, “Hepatitis A refers to a contagious liver disease which does not move to the chronic stage like hepatitis B and hepatitis C. The hepatitis A disease is a viral infection that can last for a few weeks when mild and several months when severe. A person with hepatitis A will get cured without the use of medication and will just need fluids and rest. Reports from the CDC show that hepatitis A transmission has been on the decrease in the United States. It is important to get tested if you have been in Africa, Eastern Europe, Mexico, Central and South America, and a few parts of Asia with hepatitis A prevalence. Fortunately, there is a hepatitis A vaccine that can protect you from contracting this infection.”

On matters related to transmission of hepatitis A, the company said, “Hepatitis A is transmitted through ingesting infected fecal matter in foods or drinks even in cases where the infected matter is in very small amounts. The infection can also be transmitted through oral-anal sex with an infected person. It is possible to transmit the virus to another person 2 weeks before symptoms appear. Hepatitis A will not always have symptoms. When they appear, they might include fatigue, jaundice, joint pain, clay-colored bowel movements, dark urine, loss of appetite, abdominal pain, nausea, and vomiting. These symptoms can appear anytime between a few days and six weeks after exposure to the virus. Acute hepatitis A will last for about two months or less but in some cases, it can last for more than 5 months.”

For more information about hepatitis A testing and information, visit The Express STD Testing site.

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For more information about Express STD Testing, contact the company here:

Express STD Testing
Jack Lombardi
(800)597-1089
press@expressSTDtesting.com

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