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... Like Raytuned88 says, it is best to find out. If the test turns out positive you'll be able to plan your next steps. On the other hand if it turns out negative think how much better you will feel. ... (2 replies)
... of children born to hepatitis C positive mothers pass the virus to the children. The higher the mother's viral load, the greater the chances of the child having the virus. ... (7 replies)
... I recently started going to a new dr. and he did some routine blood work on me. ... (14 replies)

... I hope that you are coping with your recent diagnosis O.K. First of all, I will try to answer some of your questions. Hepatitis C is generally a slow disease, meaning that it takes a long time to do what it does to your liver. ... (14 replies)
Hepatitis testing
Apr 16, 2007
... don't be scared. first, false positives and false negatives are both possible, but they are not usual, and at least your initial result is encouraging. ... (3 replies)
... that also came back postive. I already have an enlarged spleen, my liver is swollen and my veins that run from the stomach to the liver are hypertensive. ... (7 replies)
... While on chemo, I had blood taken weekly, 3 visits to the hospital due to infections from my low blood count, and several surgeries in which the port was utilized. ... (14 replies)
... I was tested for hepatitis A, B and C at 25 days and was negative after possible exposure. In anyones experience how conclusive is the test? ... (3 replies)
... I went to my doctors because of high cholesterol, when she did some blood work she noticed that the liver enzymes were up. She sent me for hep tests and it came back positve, antibodies 191? ... (4 replies)
... I went to the Dr's about a month ago for a check up and he sent me in for a blood test. ... (2 replies)
A low positive...?
Feb 12, 2005
... Your mother may never have been tested for hepatitis C. The test is not a common one and it should not be assumed that she was tested specifically for hepC. As a nurse, she is at risk. ... (8 replies)
Hepatitis C test
Apr 5, 2002
... will this ever end for you guys? ... (41 replies)
... I was in the hospital twice in May. I have requested a copy of my medical records, because I had the one test on May 22, which they told me would be back in 2 weeks. I have been back to my doctor a couple of times since i was released on May 24 and he said the results were not back. ... (7 replies)
... I still haven't otten my biopsy results. It was a wek ago this past Tesday. My doc said it usually takes a week or so for them to come in. ANxiety is overwhelming. ... (4 replies)
... Now that is out of the way they said I was not immune to hep b that I need to be vaccinated for it, but when I was a baby I had the three series shot and was suppose to be. ... (2 replies)
... Nice to meet you. WOW you are very good and know your stuff. ... (10 replies)
Newly Diagnosed
Jun 6, 2006
... SLOW DOWN!!!! Hep c is small potatoes for most of us. ... (6 replies)
Aug 3, 2005
... I'll tell you exactly why I think tattooing is high risk. I cannot tell you why the CDC says what they say as I have no responsibility for that. I hope they will someday be accountable for their position. ... (7 replies)
... r but from what my doctor told me, it would cause a small jump but not as high as mine are which they do fluctuate, I have rib pain on my right side and it hurts to walk because the top of my feet hurt...sometimes my lower back hurts as well... ... (8 replies)
Sex and hep c
May 26, 2006
... There is no vaccine for hep c. I wish there were. ... (14 replies)

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