Liver is Infected by a Virus Prevention
Prevention of viral hepatitis includes:
- Hepatitis A vaccine
- Hepatitis B vaccine
- Avoid exposure to blood.
- Avoid exposure to other body fluids.
- Avoid having multiple sexual partners.
- Avoid body piercing.
- Avoid raw seafood.
- Avoid sexual contact with someone who has hepatitis.
- Avoid tattoos.
- Avoid using another person's personal items, such as razors or toothbrushes.
- Do not abuse drugs.
- Do not share needles.
- Do not share eating utensils with someone who has hepatitis.
- Drink bottled water while traveling.
- Practice safe sex:
- Use condoms.
- Wash your hands after using the bathroom.
- Wash your hands before handling food.
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