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Can Hepatitis A permanently damage your liver ?

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1 I have hepitis A when I was in grade 4 not sure how old I was. I was wondering Could that have damaged my liver?
2 my urine has a odor to it and it is green and yellow in colour and I have trouble peeing
3 I had endo coterized in 1999 can it come back again?
4 In 2003 I had pain like this before and it ended up being fused scar tissue that began to rip and cause lots of bleeding. Could this be the rt lower quadrant pain?
5. Do you know of a surgeon how would look at my neck and its stablizers and may operste to fix them?
Please I beg you for an answer on this lassst one in pain 24/7 and my painlevel after never burns goes down to 4-5 and then back up.
thank you for your time


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replied September 12th, 2007
Womens Conditions Answer A3246
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"List of food or medicine allergies: ct dye, oxy-contin, gabapenton.topomax, maxerina, hydromorph-contin,seafood and shell fish.(iodine) fish by product





List of family related illnesses: CPalsy, thriod, my sisiter is "leagally retarded", blood clots, over weight





List of pre-existing conditions: Ichornic head, neck,rt arm get nerve burns every 3 months due to a car accident, asthma, depression, rt ankle fractured in in 2005 now my ligaments are not working as I go over on it at least 3-4 times a day,





List of other diseases, conditions, or injuries and their treatment: Pelvic pain lots, UTI am on antibiotics 2 days left,just spent 7 days in the hospital for the pain they think it is endo. My liver endzimes count are up





Diagnosis that has been suggested: the pelvic pain they think it is endomeitreouses. no diagnosis for liver





Current medical status: I had 2 ultra sounds 1 pelvic and 2 abdomin rt side. In june 2 nerve burns june11 lt side june 25 rt side next ones to be september to wards the end of the mobth. Pelvic pain my gynie so going to do a lap to see what is going on!





Current medical treatment: I see my GP once every two weeks for rx refills. That is why I want to ask you a few questions the GP I have does not want to listen and tells me to go to pain clinic and pain clinic tells me to go to my GP and around and around I go."











1. Hepatitis A is always an acute infection. The liver becomes damaged during the acute infection but after overcoming the infection, any damage to the liver heals completely. Immunity against Hepatitis A virus is for life so once you've contracted it, you can't get Hepatitis A again.


2. Difficulty urinating could be due to a urinary tract infection that can be confirmed via urinary lab tests.


3. I'm not sure what you mean by “endo coterized”?


4. I'll be able to help you more if you detail exactly where the scar tissue was localized.


5. I'm sorry but we're not in a position to recommend surgeons. Perhaps you can ask some of your contacts at ehealth if they know of any specialists.











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