Ok, So I'm not real sure what to make of the test results I got back for my yearly check up.
This is how it reads:
Hep A - Negative
Hep B - Negative
Hep C Ab - 0.1 s/co ratio
The nurse tells me it's negative but didn't seem to be real sure of herself. My question, why wouldn't it read "negative"? Does the 0.1 s/co ratio mean that I have a little of the anti body? Does everyone have the antibody?
Ok so if I'm at a level 1 hep c...the medication they want to charge my insurance 9500.00 for 12 pills not going to happen...are there any homapathectt ( not sure I spelled the word correctly) things I can use instead.
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