Hepatitis A takes 14 to 21 days after infection to cause symptoms.
It is transmitted through food. Once infected with HAV, some
symptoms such as dark yellow urine and fatigue will begin to appear
within 25 days.
Hepatitis B is on the increase worldwide. It is transmitted
through direct contact with blood, serum, saliva, faeces, urine, and
Hepatitis C is a truly serious disease with no known effective
treatment. It is transmitted through blood and body fluids in
transfusions, injections, the sharing of IV needles with drug users,
and possibly by sexual contact with exposed partners.