What Is Hepatitis C?
Hepatitis C is a dangerous disease which is infectious in nature. The primary cause of this disease is the hepatitis C virus.
The virus actually attacks the Liver and damages its function. The disease has no immediate symptoms at all.
Common Symptoms Of Hepatitis C?
As explained already there are no immediate symptoms of this disease. The first appearance of symptoms is after 2 weeks or 6 months after the attack of the Hepatitis C virus. The common symptoms of this disease are
- Tired body
- Whitening of the eyes
- Yellowness of the skin
- Joint pain
- Very dark urine
- Stomach ache
There are many preventive measures that can be taken as far as Hepatitis C is concerned.
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A New Challenge And Discovery
A recent conference was held by the name of “Hidden Disease: The Future of Hepatitis C treatment in the Community and Primary Care in Ireland”. The conference was hosted by the ICGP in Dublin. The main point of discussion in the conference was the fact that 6 out of 10 people infected by Hepatitis C in Ireland do not get diagnosed with it.
During the conference the participants discussed the opportunities and the challenges in moving the hepatitis C treatment to Primary care in the Republic of Ireland. The participants also came to know about the presence of virus in homeless shelters, hospitals and prisons. They also discussed the treatments that are available for the patients.
A Major Disease
There are different factors that cause this disease however in a developed country like Ireland a major cause is injecting drug use.
According to recently published guidelines in relation to Hepatitis C. There are around 20,000 to 43000 people who are currently infected with Hepatitis C in Ireland. However out of this mentioned figure around 60% do not get diagnosed!
Dr Des Crowley
Dr Des Crowley (assistant director of Substance Misuse Programme) also shed some valuable light on the issue. Some of the key points in this regard are as follows
- Hepatitis C is one of the most latent diseases in Ireland
- The disease does not get detected quickly and it is frequently diagnosed when chronic symptoms are apparent
- The transfer of HCV based treatment from hospitals to primary and community care will be a great help for the patients.
The Hepatitis C is not a disease which can be taken lightly, perhaps this is the reason why this conference was held.