Hepatitis A Virus Test
Hepatitis A virus tests detect substances in the blood that indicate a hepatitis infection is active or has occurred in the past. The test detects proteins (antibodies) made by the body in response to the virus that causes hepatitis.
Hepatitis C Tests
WebMD describes the various tests used to diagnose a hepatitis C infection and the extent of its damage to the liver.
Hepatitis A Symptoms
WebMD describes the symptoms of hepatitis A, a viral infection of the liver that you can make you feel like you have the flu.
Hepatitis and Sex: Frequently Asked Questions
Viral hepatitis can spread easily through sex, but there are ways to protect yourself and your partner.
The Connection Between Hepatitis C and Autoimmune Disorders
Answers to questions about how hepatitis C infection can lead to autoimmune hepatitis.
Hepatitis C and Other Health Conditions
WebMD looks at how patients who have HIV, hemophilia, kidney disease, diabetes, and/or another form of hepatitis may be predisposed to infection with the hepatitis C virus.
Living With Hepatitis C
How people with hepatitis C can live a normal life.
WebMD gives you tips on the best ways to avoid contracting hepatitis.
Digestive Diseases and Hepatitis B
WebMD looks at the cause, symptoms, treatment, and prevention of hepatitis B.
Questions to Ask Your Doctor About Hepatitis C
If you've just been diagnosed with hepatitis C, you may want to ask your doctor these questions.