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Hepatitis C Stage And Grades

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transmitting hepc

at what stage hepatitisc is transmittedis hepatitisc positive with negative pcr can marry a woman without fearing of transmitting virus to her...
Barbara McGovern, M.D.

Response from Barbara McGovern, M.D.

Tufts University School of Medicine
If there is no virus in the blood, you probably had hepatitis C and resolved it on your own. There is no risk of transmission.The other possibility is that you have a false positive antibody test. A RIBA test can tell for sure if you were exposed in... Read more »

transmitting hepc

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Glossary

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Tests and Monitoring

Tests to diagnose hepatitis C Routine blood tests Hepatitis C viral load (RNA testing) Hepatitis C tests and what the results mean Hepatitis C genotype Predominant hepatitis C genotype by region Liver enzyme tests: ALT and AST Other... Read more »
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Natural History of Hepatitis C

Acute infection (0-6 months) Chronic infection (6+ months) End stage liver disease Factors that accelerate hepatitis C progression Hepatitis C and your liver What does your liver do? How does hepatitis C damage your liver? ... Read more »