Apparently sometime between your last test and this one, you got infected. Now you need to have a blood test that finds out your genotype and viral load. There's more after that, but you need to go one step at a time.
Hi there...Why are you having HCV tests on a regular basis. Were you infected with the virus previously and treated. If you were infected at one time your anti-body test will always show positive. Or if you have not been infected it could possibly be a false positive.
If you could give some more info. it would be helpful to answer your question
The way I read gujj's post is that he is viral count negative (twice) but antibody positive. It's not unusual in that your were exposed to the virus at one point but DO NOT have HCV infection. However, it's likely that you will stay antibody positive each time it's tested. It's nothing to worry about.
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