Hepatitis A and hepatitis E usually spread through contact with food or water that was contaminated with an infected person’s stool. You can also get hepatitis E by eating undercooked pork, deer, or shellfish.
Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, and Hepatitis D spread through blood contact with someone who has the disease. Hepatitis B and D may also spread through contact with other body fluids. This can happen in many ways, such as sharing drug needles or having unprotected sex.
Alcoholic hepatitis is caused by heavy alcohol use.
Early detection can have a huge impact on treatment.
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