Hepatitis A Symptoms
What Are the Symptoms of Hepatitis A?
Many people with hepatitis A infection have no symptoms at all. Symptoms may be so mild that they go unnoticed. Older people are more likely to have symptoms than children. People who do not have symptoms can still spread the virus.
Symptoms of hepatitis A usually develop between 2 and 6 weeks after infection. The most common symptoms of hepatitis A include:
- diarrhea, especially in children,
- low-grade fever,
- loss of appetite,
- tiredness, fatigue,
- darkish brown urine, and or
- pain in area of liver.
Reference: eMedicineHealth.com. Hepatitis A