acute hep c means you (or patient) has been diagnosed with hep c within the last 6 months. this is basically an incubation period. within 20-30% of hep c patients, acute hep c can be defended by the body and disappear completely. For 70-80%, it will progress into chronic hep c, meaning it will stay with the body indefinitely. This does not however mean any signs or symptoms will be present for 10-40 years, if ever
I have had it since 1996. realy worryed iam going too get sick and have 2 kids too worry about. iam all they have. my name is shyann.I went too the doctor spealist and they said i test positive but they could not find any trace of it in my blood stream , congragalation. that my antibody killed it. but i will always test positve because of the antibody. does that mean it could come back. what does it mean? ONE DOCTOR told me yes it could be in remission. i dont know what too think
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