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Imagine that one morning you wake up feeling very tired and weak Your sick to your stomach have a high fever and on top of all of that your stools eyes skin and urine have all become a yellowish tintYou figure that it will go away on its own and that it is really no big deal at all But lately you have been feeling very tired and not had the appetite you usually hold You then go to a doctor to see whats wrong and how he can stop this very strange thing that is taking place inside your bodyHe tells you that these are all symptoms of Hepatitis B Hepatitis B is a disease of the liver that makes it swell and can stop it from working right All you can think about is how could you have gotten it Was it from having sex without wearing a condom Or using dirty drug or body piercing needles Maybe it was from using an infected friends toothbrush or razorYou want to know more information and this is what he tells youHepatitis B is a virus It messes up your liver and makes it very unhealthy You need a healthy liver because your liver fights infections and other health hazards in your body It removes unwanted wastes from the blood and stores energy for when you need itThe virus can be transferred person to person by having sex with an infected person without the use of a condom Using dirty drug body piercing and tattoo needles can also cause it Sharing a toothbrush or razor and getting pricked by a needle with the blood of a Hepatitis B holder are two more ways to catch the unwanted virusThe virus can be treated by a drug called interferon It is given through shots and most people are treated for 4 months In heavier cases surgery is nessecary The surgery involves a liver transplant which means you
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