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Salamu alaykum
dhaman dhalinta somaliyed waad mahadsantihiin dhaman dhalinyaro
waxan ahay arday wax ka barta wadanka libya  waxan in arin yar oo igu dhacay aad wax iiga sheegtan hadad igu dhantan idinka oo mahadsan waxanu isbaranay inan qabta xanunka cagarshowga maan ogayn ka hor xidhidh dheer inantu markay dhulkeni somaliyed jogtay ayaa laga helay dawooyina way qadanjirtay marka ma sheegi karo nooc uu yahay balse waxan u baahnahay inan wax ka ogado mudada u ku soo baxo iyo hadii uu qofku dawo hore qatay in laga qaadi karo inkale waxan tagi lahaa hospital lakin dalkan libya waa ka mamnuuc xanuunkasi sharcigana waa laga qadayaa wana lagu tuurayaa marka min fadlak wixi aad igu dhantan iiga sheega salamu allaykum,



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Re: Wellcome plz cidii wax ka taqan cudurka haypetits i mean cagaarshowga
« Reply #1 on: August 13, 2010, 06:17:13 AM »
Hepatitis

Hepatitis A is a highly contagious liver infection caused by the hepatitis A virus. Hepatitis A is one of several types of hepatitis viruses that cause inflammation that affects your liver's ability to function.

You're most likely to contract hepatitis A from contaminated food or water or from close contact with someone who's already infected. Mild cases of hepatitis A don't require treatment, and most people who are infected recover completely with no permanent liver damage.

Practicing good hygiene — including washing your hands often — is one of the best ways to protect against hepatitis A. Effective vaccines are available for people who are most at risk.
Hepatitis A signs and symptoms typically don't appear until you've had the virus for a month. Signs and symptoms of hepatitis A include:

Fatigue
Nausea and vomiting
Abdominal pain or discomfort, especially in the area of your liver on your right side beneath your lower ribs
Loss of appetite
Low-grade fever
Dark urine
Muscle pain
Itching
Yellowing of the skin and eyes (jaundice)
Signs and symptoms of hepatitis A usually last less than two months, but may last as long as six months. Not everyone with hepatitis A develops signs or symptoms.

Causes


Hepatitis A is caused by infection with the hepatitis A virus. The hepatitis virus is usually spread when a person ingests tiny amounts of contaminated fecal matter. The hepatitis A virus infects the liver cells and causes inflammation. The inflammation can impair liver function and cause other signs and symptoms of hepatitis A.

Hepatitis A virus can be transmitted several ways, such as:

When someone with the virus handles the food you eat without first carefully washing his or her hands after using the toilet
Drinking contaminated water
Eating raw shellfish from water polluted with sewage
Being in close contact with a person who's infected — even if that person has no signs or
symptoms

Having sex with someone who has the virus
Receiving a blood transfusion with blood that contains the virus, though this is very rare
You're at increased risk of hepatitis A if you:

Risk factors

Travel or work in regions with high rates of hepatitis A
Are a man who has sexual contact with other men
Use injected or noninjected illicit drugs
Live with another person who has hepatitis A
Work in a research setting where you may be exposed to the virus
Receive clotting-factor concentrates for hemophilia or another medical condition

Complications
Continuing signs aA small number of people with hepatitis A will continue to experience signs and symptoms of infection for several weeks longer than usual. For these people, hepatitis A signs and symptoms may go away and then reappear over several weeks. Though the signs and symptoms occur over a longer period of time, this form of hepatitis A infection is not more serious than a hepatitis A infection that causes the usual signs and symptoms.nd symptoms of hepatitis A


Acute liver failure

n rare cases, hepatitis A can cause acute liver failure, which is a loss of liver function that occurs suddenly. People with the highest risk of this complication include those with chronic liver diseases and older adults. Acute liver failure requires hospitalization for monitoring and treatment. In some cases, people with acute liver failure may require a liver transplant.

information.

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Re: Wellcome plz cidii wax ka taqan cudurka haypetits i mean cagaarshowga
« Reply #2 on: August 13, 2010, 09:43:03 AM »
asww  Ramadan kariim

walale bal hadii aad fahmo karto English akhri lifaqa , oo ka mid ah nooc hepatatiska loo yaqan ama cagarshowga... wax kale hadi ay jiran ila so socodsii

mahadsanid

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Re: Wellcome plz cidii wax ka taqan cudurka haypetits i mean cagaarshowga
« Reply #3 on: August 13, 2010, 01:56:59 PM »
Hepatitis A Overview
Hepatitis is a general term that means inflammation of the liver. Inflammation of the liver can result from infection, from exposure to alcohol, certain medications, chemicals, or poisons, or from a disorder of the immune system.

Hepatitis A refers to liver inflammation caused by infection with the hepatitis A virus (HAV). HAV is one of several viruses that can cause hepatitis and is one of the 3 most common hepatitis viruses in the United States. The other 2 are hepatitis B and hepatitis C.

Unlike hepatitis B and hepatitis C, hepatitis A does not cause chronic (ongoing, long-term) disease. Although the liver does become inflamed and swollen, it heals completely in most people without any long-term damage. Once you have had hepatitis A, you develop lifelong immunity and cannot get the disease again.

Because of the way it is spread, the hepatitis A virus tends to occur in epidemics and outbreaks. As many as 1 in 3 people in the United States have antibody to HAV, meaning they have been exposed to the virus, but most do not become ill. The number of cases of hepatitis A in the United States varies among different communities and has not been affected significantly by the introduction of the hepatitis A vaccine since the early 1990s

 
this is some information from medical side


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Re: Wellcome plz cidii wax ka taqan cudurka haypetits i mean cagaarshowga
« Reply #5 on: August 13, 2010, 06:41:30 PM »
thank Dr.Nora the summery u made .

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Re: Wellcome plz cidii wax ka taqan cudurka haypetits i mean cagaarshowga
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