You should see either a gastroenterologist (gut doctor) or a hepatologist (liver specialist)
Hep c is now curable for most people but it depends on your genotype if Harvoni is the correct medicine for you. Have you only had the hep c antibody test or the test for the hep c virus called HCV RNA by PCR to determine if you are currently infected with the virus? About 25% of people who get hep c can beat it on their own. They will test positive for antibodies but not for the hep c virus.
Even people who have HIV and hep c their hep c was cured with the new medicines.
As far as hep b you should ask I the hep b forum but I believe hep b is treatable but currently not curable.
Best of luck to you
I'm sorry to read about what happened to you. Ninety to ninety-five percent of patients who are exposed to hepatitis B after the age of five, will clear that virus on their own. Approximately 25-40% will clear hepatitis C on their own. Your primary care physician can run the antibody tests for both viruses and if positive can do a viral load test to find out if you have the virus or just the antibodies. If you do have the virus you should see a gastroenterologist, a hepatologist, or an infectious disease doctor. If you do have hep C you can certainly be treated with any of the new drugs. The hep B status makes no difference. There is a cure for hep C but not hep B. I wish you the best.
So sorry to hear about what happened to you. Regarding the Hep C, below is some information from our site, MedHelp.org, that might help you.
If you have not been diagnosed (even though you're positive for antibodies), read this article: http://www.medhelp.org/hepatitis-c/articles/Diagnosing-Hepatitis-C/2273
Once you're sure you've been diagnosed, give this article a read as well: http://www.medhelp.org/hepatitis-c/articles/Just-Diagnosed-with-Hepatitis-C-Heres-Whats-Next/2254