Hepatitis C is caused by a virus that is transmitted through contact with blood of an infected person. The infection leads to inflammation of the liver. The liver processes the blood and filtration of toxins, so they do not cause damage to your body. Liver produces bile, which helps digest food and stores glucose and vitamins. The inflammation makes it difficult for the liver to perform these vital functions. Over time, Hepatitis C can affect the entire body. Early symptoms including yellowing of the skin and fatigue may be mild and easily removed. Chronic infections can lead to scarring of the liver (cirrhosis). As the disease progresses, you may experience symptoms such as skin problems, blood disorders, and fever. In the long term, Hepatitis C can lead to serious liver damage, liver #cancer and liver failure. Early Treatment can help delay or prevent serious damage.
Digestive System : Inflammation of the gall bladder can make it painful for the digestion of fatty foods. Thus, people with hepatitis C may feel some pain in the right upper abdomen. This may be due to a buildup of fluid in the stomach (ascites). This occurs when the damaged liver does not produce enough albumin, a substance which regulates the amount of fluid in the cells.
Other digestive symptoms include nausea, vomiting, and loss of appetite. Stool may become pale or clay-colored, and the urine may darken.
Central Nervous System: When the liver does not filter toxins from the blood, they can damage the central nervous system (hepatic encephalopathy). This can lead to a variety of symptoms, including sweet or musty breathing, weakening of small motor skills, and sleep disturbance. Dry eyes and mouth are sometimes associated with Hepatitis C. The build-up of toxins in the brain can lead to confusion, forgetfulness, poor concentration and personality changes. Additional symptoms include abnormal shaking, agitation, disorientation, and slurred speech. In severe cases, it can lead to coma.
Circulatory System : Poor functioning liver can create blood flow problems and increase pressure in a vein leading to the liver (portal vein). This can lead to portal hypertension, which can cause blood to find alternative vein. The vein can burst if it is too small, causing serious internal bleeding (variceal bleeding).
Skin, Hair, and Nails (Integumentary System) : A Protein molecule called hemoglobin contained in red blood cells. Hemoglobin carries oxygen and iron to cells throughout the body. Iron is essential in the maintenance of the cells that make up a healthy skin, fingernails, toenails and hair. Bilirubin is another important matter in hemoglobin. When the liver can not do its job, bilirubin can build up and cause your skin and the whites of your eyes turn yellow.
Endocrine and Immune Systems: The endocrine system regulates hormones. Within the endocrine system, the thyroid gland delivers hormones into the bloodstream. Sometimes hepatitis C can cause the immune system mistakenly attack or damage to the thyroid tissue. This may result in over activity of the thyroid gland (hyperthyroidism), which can lead to sleep disruption and loss of weight.
Many people infected with hepatitis C have no symptoms, especially at the earliest stages. Some reported general fatigue, fever, or non-specific aches and pains
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