What is Hepatitis A?

Hepatitis A is a viral infection of the liver due to the hepatitis A virus. It causes the liver to swell and can lead to cirrhosis and liver cancer. There may be no symptoms with hepatitis A.

Treatment may not be needed for hepatitis A besides liver monitoring. A liver transplant may be needed if there is liver failure. Vaccinations can also be given.

Savings Tips for Hepatitis A

  • Quick! You’ve Met Your Deductible, It’s Time to Use Your Benefits

    December 13, 2013

    Our offices are packed with folks “gettin’ things done” before the end of the year because they’ve met their deductible and, well, things are “free” now. Here are the things you can think about cramming in before 2014 starts.

    1. Take a shot! Vaccinations. Make sure your Tdap, Zostavax, Pneumovax, Influenza, Hep A and B vaccines are up to date. Tdap every 10 years, Zostavax just once after the age of 60. See More

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Popular Hepatitis A Drugs

Popularity Drug Name Drug Class Price
Vaccinations 103 See Prices
Vaccinations 72 See Prices
Vaccinations 75 See Prices
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Note: Popularity is based on total prescriptions for the brand and generic versions of each drug, regardless of the condition being treated. Some drugs are prescribed for multiple conditions.

Hepatitis A Drug Classes

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