I would like to introduce to you Georgiana Lucescu, my first guest blogger. She is the blogger of My Beautiful Trauma. She shares her stories of family rejections, adoptions, health issues, illnesses, disabilities and showing resilience and positivity.
In this blog post, she shares the facts and symptoms of living with Hepititis B –
I feel that people need to understand the shame and hurt, those with transmittable disease. Well this is my experience.
It is world hepatitis day on the 28th of July. A friend once told me, that people are more afraid of what they don’t understand. So this post is more of an explanation about hepatitis B.
- Hepatitis B is caused by a virus.
- attacks the liver.
- Highly contagious
- Transmitted through a large amount of bodily fluid
- There is a vaccine to prevent you from contracting the virus
Can lie dormant for up to four months:
- loss of appetite
- Joint pain
- Upper right side pain (where the liver is)
- Yellowing of skin and eyes
It’s understandable that people have fair of contracting any type of hepatitis, but I challenge you, what if you had hepatitis and others were afraid or treat you differently?
To find out more about Georgiana, visit My Beautiful Trauma
Also please view my reciprocated guest blog, 10 facts about CP
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