The early symptoms of fulminant hepatitis include feeling unwell or generally ill, fatigue, nausea, vomiting, and stomach pain. As fulminant hepatitis progresses, the skin and whites of the eyes become jaundiced. Other symptoms are confusion, a strong desire to sleep, personality or behavioral changes, bleeding or bruising from minor bumps or injuries, and swelling in the stomach area.
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