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I touched a patient with Hepatitis A .can I get Hepatitis by so ...I just touched him on his face to check for his ...is it possible to get hep A like that ...and it's been a day after that I am feeling bloated and nausea ... abdominal discorfort ...am i suffering from hep A ..
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Hello It is extremely unlikely that you'd get Hep A. just by touching a positive patient. Hep A spreads by feco-oral route only. Also, getting Hep A symptoms in 24 hours is not possible, so whatever symptoms you're experiencing are not related to this and could be some other underlying problem that needs to be properly diagnosed and treated. Kindly book a consult for detailed information and treatment. Regards
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Need few more details Kindly consult
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Casual contact, does not spread the  hepatitis  A virus.Hepatitis A spreads via contact with food, water through faeco oral route.
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Connect please
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No need to worry Get detailed prescription Kindly book consultation now
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According to your query and sign and  know about the disease and cause and it's best Treatment as you have mentioned as above . Please take consultation for better evaluation and best Treatment as it need complete history of patient as personal and family history. Please follow any medicine or advise after consultation only from a good doctor. Please follow good life style as • take plenty of fluid and • take less spicy and fatty foods and • take home made food only and • do exercise regularly with yoga and meditation  and • please keep positive  attitude to fight any disease and any problem of your life.
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Can help you, kindly consult and provide detailed history for proper diagnosis and further management
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No.. chances are very less... Need some more information
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