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Hepatitis D virus is characterized by jaundice, fatigue, appetite loss, joint pain, nausea, abdominal pain, dark urine, itching, malaise, fever, vomiting and abnormal taste. It is transmitted by blood and blood products and is usually accompanied by Hepatitis B.  It is usually diagnosed as a co-infection.  Once a person has had a Hepatitis B infection, they can infect with Hepatitis D at any time.  This is called a super-infection.

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