Inflammation in the liver can be due to Hepatitis A virus. Though not potentially dreadful, in some cases, the liver gets damaged to the extent that they have to be transplanted. Hepatitis A symptom includes Jaundice (yellow eyes and skin, dark urine), Loss of appetite, Nausea, Fever, diarrhea and severe abdominal pain. Hepatitis A Diagnosis is done by a blood test which the Hepatologist will determine. One of the main Hepatitis A causes is the lack of hygiene in our daily activities. A person can get infected by eating fruits or vegetables or other foods that have been contaminated by the virus and also by drinking contaminated water and ice. There is also a risk of catching this disease if we have unprotected sex with someone who is infected. This outbreaks as an epidemic in a few countries and a person can get infected if they travel to these countries. There is no actual Hepatitis A Treatment available, and the only conventional method is good hygiene and the dosage of Hepatitis A vaccine. The virus does not cause any long-term problems or complications and only in some rare cases does this affect the liver making it a full blown disease. Vaccination is the best possible way to avoid the virus, and in case a contact is made with someone with the condition, then getting a medication called as immune globulin within two weeks is mandatory. More than the treatments a good hygiene and washing the hands is very much crucial for preventing from getting the Hepatitis A virus.