Hepatitis A is a virus which attacks the liver. It is commonly found in seafood, especially shellfish. It is very disruptive and commonly results in the patient feeling fatigue, loss of appetite and nausea. Its hallmark symptom is jaundice: the yellowing of the skin and the whites of the eye, and the passing of dark urine.
Follow Dr Ariza Adnan as she takes us through a few facts we should be aware of when it comes to Hepatitis A.