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How much will it cost for me to have a blood test with no insurance?
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An antibody test to see if you've been exposed can sometimes be obtained for free. If you test antibody + you'll need to check for viral load and genotype and I would test again 6 months past time of possible exposure. I've had a good, sensitive vl test be priced upward of $500, but you can probably find cheaper.
148588 tn?1465778809
That should read "...if you test neg I would test again 6 months past..."
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http://hepctestexpress.com/#!map
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I don't know but call around.  Start with Quest Diagnostics.  And always ask for a discount since you have no insurance.  After that, sign up for insurance www.healthcare.gov
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Health Department used to do it for free. Not sure about the VL.
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