Hepatitis A symptoms are range from mild to the severe.
The symptoms it usually appear anywhere from tree to six weeks after exposure to the virus of Hepatitis A. and also the infection will last for a few weeks, but for others the symptoms continue for months.
Some infected people don’t have experience any noticeable symptoms, and especially children under the age of six.
The symptoms of hepatitis A are include :
-loss of appetite
-light colored stool
-dark colored urine
and older children and adults, jaundice occurs in more than 80 percent of cases.
Jaundice causes a yellow discoloration to the skin in the body and eyes. sometime the patient no power and weakness and don’t want it eat any food. after that the patient also darken the urine and lighten the color of the stool. This occurs in hepatitis A patients because their livers can not metabolize red blood cells that are breaking down, which causes a buildup of bilirubin.