2. Dark Urine
One of the most common symptoms of hepatitis A is dark urine, and this can be useful for helping you to differentiate it from other types of infection. The reason this occurs is that hepatitis is actually an infection that attacks the liver. This does not typically lead to liver disease, however, it still need s to be monitored carefully. Hepatitis B and C meanwhile are known to lead to chronic liver disease.
Often this darker urine will not show up until several days after the initial fever and other symptoms. The liver is responsible for clearing toxins out of the body and expelling them via the urine, so it should come as no surprise that liver infection should cause a change in color in the urine.