Viral hepatitis is common, and it’s the most common reason for needing a liver transplant. Hepatitis is an inflammation of your liver. It can also have non-viral causes.
Many people who have viral hepatitis don’t know they have it. That’s usually because they don’t have symptoms—and may never have symptoms. Sometimes, hepatitis can go away without treatment. Or, it can be treated with medications. Some forms last your whole life.
Vaccines (shots) can protect you from some kinds of viral hepatitis. The most common types of viral hepatitis are:
Our liver specialists are experienced in treating all types of viral and non-viral hepatitis.