?html> What is the difference between Chronic and NON Chronic Hepatitis? What determines this?
Women health
*Women health>>>Hepatitis

What is the difference between Chronic and NON Chronic Hepatitis? What determines this?



Trying to get health insurance for husband and that is one of the questions as he had hepatitis as a teenager and it still shows in his blood...
Only serious answers please....thanks!

Hepatitis 'A' is non-chronic. It is the type of hepatitis that you get from bacteria, it is a short lived infection. Once you have had it, it is gone, and only comes back if you are reinfected. Usually it comes from fecal matter that people have on their hands when preparing food. Like in a restaurant, and a worker did not wash their hands after using the bathroom.

Hepatitis 'B' and 'C' are chronic, because they are viral. They stick with you for life, as there is no cure for them, only treatment of symptoms. These are usually transferred through blood. Some people are able to recover with the help of medication, and sometimes even get over it, but it is tough, and it is a long process. There are also vaccines out now for Hep'B', usually given to health care workers.

There are actually many other forms of hepatitis. The letters behind that word go on and on. Each letter represents the form of what is causing the hepatitis. Bacteria, virus, even parasites can cause hepatitis, which just means inflammation of the liver.

Most insurances do not want to insure those who have a pre-existing condition of Hepatitis 'B' or 'C', as that can cost the insurance company a lot of money in the long run. Source(s): I work in the medical field
Hello..I will try to give you the exact answer of your question,because first it's serious and I know well those problems..Obviously,your husband sufferes froma CHRONICAL hepatitis,because as you said He passed it a long time before.That means that he has either Hepatitis C or B,and they both give always the so called transaminasis in blood high and from there the phisicians could trace and suspect that he probably has HCV or HBC..Chronical hepatitis is when it passed the stage of infecton and with the time it turns in to chronical.Non chronic is when the person is infected with the Hepatitis virus recently,within months.I would like to help you with more and if you want feel free to contact me...Good luck!!
I can give you only a few tips about the health insurance..i would love to help you..
Tags
Lung Cancer Lupus Health Insurance Heart Disease Hepatitis High Blood Pressure HIV Homeopathy HPV Hypnosis
Related information
  • Agencies whre people can find information that is relevant to Hepatitis C?
    Health Department will also provide you with the information....
  • Can l have a nose job even though l have hepatitis b?
    Your hep. b will not affect your rhinoplasty at all....
  • What is the life expectancy of a female that has Hepatitis C?
    depending on lifestyle, a person can live with hepatitis c as long as they are alive-meaning a person can live a long average time with hcv as long as they eat a well balanced diet, stay awa...
  • An abnormal growth of cells is called: a. mono b. hepatitis c. cancer Which is not a type of vaginitis?
    cancer PMS depression hope you get an A and stop cheating on your homework!...
  • Can a pregnant women lose the baby cause of a hepatitis vaccine?
    Potentially. All vaccines are dangerous while pregnant because the fetus doesn't have an imune system to counter them. I know one pregnant woman that was told she had to have the vaccine...
  • What happens if i had sex with someone that had hepatitis c?
    Get tested asap, Hep C is highly contagious, you can contract it from using someones toothbrush that has the disease. good luck...
  • Does anyone know what is the most common type of hepatitis?
    Hepatitis A. Nearly every adult has been exposed to Hep A, and will carry the antibodies. Hep A symptoms are similar to flu, it is short lived, and not life threatening....
  • What will qualitative and quantitative tell you in a hepatitis B test?
    Quantitative tells you the signal level, proportional to the level of the analyte in the sample. Qualitative tells you positive or negative and is more interesting to the physician because ...
  •    

    Health Categories--Copyright/IP Policy--Contact Webmaster
    The information on whfhhc.com is provided for educational and informational purposes only and is not a substitute for medical advice or treatment for any medical conditions.