Hepatitis C Community

A community of people with Hepatitis C to guide and support your health journey. Ask a question, join a conversation, share experiences: diagnosis, current treatments, side effects, research studies, and clinical trials. To communicate with other people who have been touched by Hepatitis, please visit Hepatitis Social.
1 - 6 (of 48845) questions
Hi, can you please help me, can you get hep c or hep b from eatting a womens *******? sorry for being crass i am jus really scared i met ...
Hello Guys thank you for taking time to read my post. I had 2 incidents of deep kissing (unknown HCV status) where I was not sure i...
I contracted Hep C in 1994 while using drugs (been clean and sober since 1997), in 2006 I developed an acute pain in my right side under ...
Sir, Please help me out, I used to check sugar level with my kit. Needle got over, so I reused the same needle four times to check my...
Please help understand the MRI result below. Last Ultrasound (6/2020) and CT (4/2019) were normal and didn't have any liver cyst. I've kn...
Am I doing this wrong? This is the first time I've been on this site and I was wondering if I'm posting this wrong. I ask a question last...
Top Hepatitis Answerers
317787 tn?1473358451
683231 tn?1467323017
Auburn, WA
Learn About Top Answerers
Answer a few simple questions about your Hep C treatment journey.

Those who qualify may receive up to $100 for their time.
Explore More In Our Hep C Learning Center
image description
Learn about this treatable virus.
image description
Getting tested for this viral infection.
image description
3 key steps to getting on treatment.
image description
4 steps to getting on therapy.
image description
What you need to know about Hep C drugs.
image description
How the drugs might affect you.
image description
These tips may up your chances of a cure.
Popular Resources
The first signs of HIV may feel like the flu, with aches and a fever.
Frequency of HIV testing depends on your risk.
Post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) may help prevent HIV infection.
Millions of people are diagnosed with STDs in the U.S. each year.
STDs can't be transmitted by casual contact, like hugging or touching.
Syphilis is an STD that is transmitted by oral, genital and anal sex.