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These symptoms suggest you developed acute viral hepatitis.
Hepatitis A or B can cause this commonly.
Hepatitis A comes from contaminated food or water.
Hepatitis B is sexually transmitted or through blood contact.
The liver enzymes can rise very high quickly within first week.
Then they improve gradually.
The symptoms also tend to improve over time without any treatment.
Plenty of fluids, and bland diet are favored initially as tolerated.
Alcohol should be avoided.
You should also go to the hospital for close monitoring to rule out any liver failure which present as mental confusion, severe vomiting, stomach pain, black outs.
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