Jan 1, 2007
they say i was exposed iam a very low risk patient i hasvent had blood transfusion i had a test done on the anti hcv (ortho eia) that was negative then the (biorad eia) was equivocal and the anti hcv status was equivocal i iam now having my pcr done what are the chances that it will be negative my liver alt is normal please help
Response from Dr. McGovern
It sounds like you have a false positive test result since you are at low risk, have equivocal results. I suspect your PCR test will be reassuring.
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