There are many symptoms associated with AH. The most common symptoms include an increase in tiredness. Other outward signs include itchy skin, rashes, dark urine, pale stools, loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting, stomach pain, joint issues, and jaundice. Inside of the body, the liver may become enlarged.
When the condition enters later stages, symptoms of chronic liver disease may appear as well. For example, the abdomen may fill with fluid and a person may experience increased confusion. Also, a woman’s menstrual cycle may become disrupted.