Complication of Hepatitis A can lead to:
Acute renal failure, interstitial nephritis, pancreatitis, red blood cell aplasia, agranulocytosis, transient heart block, bone marrow aplasia, Guillain-Barre syndrome, acute arthritis, Still disease, lupus like syndrome and Sjogreen syndrome have been reported in association with HAV infection. Autoimmune hepatitis following HAV infection may occur. These complications are all rare.
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No. There are no specific medicines to cure infection with Hepatitis A.
It can be treated by avoiding sexual contact and maintaining good hygienic conditions, using proper diet and visiting health care providers on time.
Recovery from symptoms following infection may take several weeks and can even extend up to several months.
No. Sexual activity should be avoided until treatment is successful.
Yes. Re-infection is possible from sexual activity with an infected person.