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Hep C symptoms Rash, expresses the appearance of rashes on the skin, hair and nails. Most, if not all are clear indications that hepatitis C is present and you should pay attention to them when they do appear. The first impulse should not be fear or panic but instead should be a dash for the […]
When you are confronted with a difficult and profound question of, how much blood is needed to transmit Hep C, you’re actually being asked to explain how Hep C is actually transmitted and by which activities, which is the aim of this article. Always bear in mind though that when Hep C is involved, permanent […]
There appears to be a general consensus among medical experts that the vulnerability of women to Hep C infection is far less likely than a man but there are occasions or stages in a woman’s life when they may actually contract Hep C. If this is your situation, you must have available contact with your […]
Many people have asked the question as to what are the chances of getting Hep C sexually and this article will attempt to answer the question in a succinct and to the point manner that will envelop the entire spectrum of hepatitis viruses A, B and C so that most of the ground is covered […]
Contracting Hepatitis C at any stage in your life is something that should be avoided at all cost especially because the disease won’t show any symptoms during its early and late stages of development in your body. You may feel fine but the silent virus may well be lurking within you without you noticing anything. […]
Effects of Untreated Hepatitis C on Your Body Introduction Turning a blind eye to Hep C after being infected is not a wise thing to do and it may cause numerous problems for you. The effects of untreated Hepatitis C on your body can become an enormous burden and you should take advantage of the […]
Hepatitis C Symptoms Introduction It has been found that many people who are infected do not feel any hepatitis C symptoms and therefore may not know that they’ve have been infected by the disease. However, if a person is infected, the incubation period for hepatitis C is from 2 to 6 months after the virus […]
How Do You Get Hepatitis C?   Introduction   The saying ‘prevention is better than cure’ may have contributed directly to the idea of preventive measures against all types of diseases that afflict us all. It makes good sense in terms of conserving time, energy and use of medical resources for public health. More importantly, it stops […]
Is There a Cure for Hepatitis C? Introduction When you do make your first appointment, perhaps the first question you’d want to ask your doctor would be, Is there any cure for Hepatitis C? Which is perfectly understandable and no doubt your doctor would provide you with a detailed explanation of the kind of treatments […]
Introduction To be informed that medication for treating and curing Hepatitis C is available has truly opened window of hope and relief to everyone who have and are suffering from this silent killer disease. However, as with everything else, the most liberating feeling for people is when they know they can afford the treatment costs […]