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  • 12 days ago

    Hepatitis C Viral Load clarification

    I went through treatment with Harvoni last year and was cleared undetectable. We think I was reinfected by a razor blade I had used while infected. My viral load at onset of reinfection was 6.17 l 2 +, They thought it was maybe clearing as it was to low to get a genotype. 6 months later my test comes back even lower at 1.16 l 1+, they tell me again my body is clearing the virus and if In 6 months if it is the same or lower that is good enough and although it's not completely undetected it will....
  • 14 days ago

    Symptoms of Hep C

    I have noticed I have yellowing eyes, could this be related to Hep C? They look like this photo attached.

  • 19 days ago

    HCV Genotype Drug Resistance Test

    I recently had the Mayo Clinic test for HCV drug resistance. It showed I am resistant to five of the new drugs. So is there any other treatment for me? I'm a 1A but was told I have a "unique" strain. My GI doctor said they don't have any other options for me and referred me to a large medical center. Has anyone else been told this?
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  • 1 month ago

    Hep C

    I was seeing somebody in 2015 that had Hep C didn't transfer any blood at all can you get Hep C from having sex.
  • 1 month ago

    Hep c and fatty liver

    I have hep c and just had CT scan and showed I filtration of liver with fatty that normal for hepc?
  • 3 months ago

    Blood test

    I was recently in the hospital for kidney failure. The drs at the hospital took me off abunch of my they thought were hurting my kidneys. I went to my dr last week and she ordered blood tests. One of them was a Hepscreen, Chronic. The results came back reading HEPATITIS B, SURFACE AB, REACTIVE H. What exactly does that mean and do I have Hep B? Thank you, dejace
  • 1 month ago

    Have strong symptoms of the hcv.

    I have been very fatigued, abdominal swelling, forgetfulness, and can't hardly eat anything. Just got all my test taken and stressing over the out come. Any help?
  • 1 month ago

    News Flash: Too Few Baby Boomers Getting Tested for Hepatitis C

    "In 2013, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) advised all Americans born between 1945 and 1965 to get a one-time test for hepatitis C virus." But despite these recommendations, a new study reveals that screening rates remain low. Learn more here: Do you fall within the age range above? Have you been tested for hepatitis C?
  • 2 months ago

    Adherence to medication

    Help us pilot a cool platform on adherence to medication. Buddy&Soul is a digital platform for personal development – a way of achieving all those great things you’ve always wanted for yourself. We offer courses where we help members deal with willpower, motivation, illness, relationships, etc. We’re looking to pilot our content and get feedback from savvy users – if you’re interested in improving your adherence habits, we can give you free access to one of our courses “adherence to medication....