Which hepatitis is the most contagious? Is hepatitis C contagious after cure? answer in detail. 10 marks
The hepatitis A virus causes an extremely infectious, short-term liver ailment called hepatitis A.
Those who contract hepatitis A may feel ill for a few weeks or even months, but they normally bounce back quickly and have no long-term effects on their liver. Hepatitis A can lead liver problems and even fatality in rare circumstances; this is more likely in the elderly and those who have other major health problems, such as chronic liver disease.
Infected patients have the hepatitis A virus, which can be discovered in their stool and blood. When someone ingests the hepatitis A virus (even in trace amounts), it spreads through: person-to-person interaction and eating infected meals.
Negative/ No - someone previously affected with the hepatitis C virus, but the virus is no long present in your body since you were completely treated or cleansed of it. They can no longer be contagious after cure.