3/4 of the population suffering from hepatitis does not experience any signs and symptoms in the beginning. Over the time as the inflammation progresses, the persistent swelling may increase and some of the following symptoms may occur:
- Loss of appetite and weight.
- Aches in muscles.
- Yellowish tint in the eyes.
- Severe weakness and fatigue.
- Enlargement of breasts in men.
- Rashes on the palms.
- Difficulty in clotting of blood.
- Blood vessels become spider-like.