What is hepatitis?
Hepatitis is a disease characterized because it greatly damages the liver system. It is a considerably common pathology since it is estimated that it affects 33% of the population.
In total there are 5 hepatitis viruses, called A, B, C, D and E, each with its own symptoms. In addition, hepatitis can cause hypoglycemia as a side effect, that is, abnormal values in the blood sugar level of the patient.