Home > Experts > Question Question Posted by: Riana | 2014/01/19 My daughter has a big galstone and hepatitis a She has complained about aches and pains in the muscles, tiredness for a while. 7 days ago she started with extreme nausea and vomiting. No appetite and headaches. She was admitted and tests was done .3 days ago. There is a big gallstone but they also did blood tests and discovered she is infected with the HAV. They cannot operate now. How long will the virus be active and can they then operate? She has got a family, husband, daughter of 14 and baby 15months. How long will she be infectious to others and need to be in quarinteen? What about the others in her house? She do not know where she could have been infected. Can you please give some much needed help and answers? Not what you were looking for? Try searching again, or ask your own question Have your say Your name (optional) Your comment Security × Thanks for commenting! Your comment will appear on the site shortly. Search health advice Find an answer × Thanks for commenting! Your comment will appear on the site shortly. Reply to Your name (optional) Your comment Security Close Submit comment Recently: Asked Questions Answered Questions Commented Questions My son is on 56mg concerta but only started last year LOWER BACK PAIN HUSBAND HAS SWOLLEN LYMTH NODE CLOSE TO HIS GROIN Womans chronic tension orgasm How many sleeping pills is too many? Three different church services in one residential area, same time, same day Is it allowed for the employee to smoke in the main office where all employers work ? Cholesterol totals For months now, whenever I try to masturbate, I end up ejaculating and urinating at the same time. Sperms count Hi im on depo for one month now and have gained 7kg despite of the fact that im using herbex slimming products.What can I di to stop the weight gain? Hormone Working for 4 years on Contract Not sure if my boyfriend is in our relationship My son is on a hunger strike because he got braces advertisement From our sponsors Managing diabetes in the workplace Back-to-school with diabetes Discover treatments that can help reduce acne What can I do to reduce or remove acne marks?