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Could this be hep c

Have never shared a needle with anyone. Send never involved blood that I know of but my eyes seem yellow ish to me. Including video link. No jaundice in skin. I did anytime dipstick at home and no elevated bilirubin levels. Looking for opinions https://vimeo.com/206746048
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18601474 tn?1466188088
Most people with Hep C don't show symptoms, and infection can only come from blood to blood contact. Here is a little more about what it is and how it is spread. As flyinlynn says, we aren't medical professionals and can't diagnose.

http://www.medhelp.org/hepatitis-c/articles/What-Is-Hepatitis-C/2251
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683231 tn?1467323017
Your eye looks normal to me
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683231 tn?1467323017
Your eye looks normal to me
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683231 tn?1467323017
Why do you believe you were exposed to hepatitis c? Hepatitis c is a blood borne infection requiring blood to blood contact.

My opinion is you should ask a doctor. We are not medical professionals of any type we are a support community of people who are or were infected with hep c.

We are laypersons and cannot diagnosis any illness.

Good luck
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683231 tn?1467323017
You should ask your doctor. As far as I am aware jaundice eyes is a symptom of elevated Bilirubin so you really need professional testing to determine what is going on.

Hep c has no symptoms for most people which is  why it is called a silent illness.

There are other forms of hepatitis as well other than hepatitis C
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