Hepatitus B Symptoms

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Not everyone who has hepatitis B will develop symptoms; and some people experience only very mild symptoms. Someone can look and feel healthy but still have the disease and infect others with it. When hepatitis B symptoms do occur, they appear 30 to 180 days from the time a person is infected with the hepatitis B virus (HBV). Some specific symptoms of hepatitis B include fatigue, joint pain, muscle pain, and a sore throat. When a person with hepatitis B develops liver failure, he or she can also develop insulin resistance, gallstones, and high blood pressure within the liver, among other symptoms.
 
(Click Hepatitis B Symptoms for the full eMedTV article on this topic. This article provides a detailed discussion of the possible symptoms of hepatitis B and how long they can last.)
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