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Transmission/Symptoms Incubation/Tested/Cure? Long term effects/Prevention Statistics
100
Unprotected intercourse
What is most common way of transmission?
100
60 to 180 days
What is the average incubation period?
100
Liver damage, liver failure, liver cancer, death
What is long term effects?
100
13-20 years old
What is common age of contracting Hepatitis B?
200
Mother to child during birth
What is biological transmission?
200
At least 7 days
What is life outside of body?
200
Protected intercourse
What is common way of prevention?
200
Males
What is Hepatitis B more common in males or females?
300
Abdominal Pain
Dark urine
Fever
Joint Pain
Loss of appetite
Nausea and vomiting
Weakness and Fatigue
Yellowing of your skin and whites of your eyes
What is 3 symptoms?
300
Blood test, ultra sound, biopsy
What is testing?
300
Vaccine over 6 months
What is medical way of prevention?
300
100,000
What is 1 in every _______ people gain Hepatitis B
400
Shared razors, nail clippers, blood contact, needles/piercings
What is hygiene transmission?
400
There is no cure
What is the cure?There is no cure
400
GET TESTED
What is a way to see if you have it?
400
30-39 year olds
Who has the highest chance to gain Hepatitis B in Connecticut?




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