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Hepatitis C Testing and Treatment

Hepatitis C is a serious viral infection that can cause serious liver damage. At LifeLine Health, we understand the importance of early detection and treatment for hepatitis C. We offer a wide range of Hepatitis C Treatment care services to support people living with the virus, including:

  • Testing and diagnosis: We provide accurate and reliable testing for hepatitis C, as well as counseling and support for those who test positive.
  • Treatment: We offer the latest treatments for hepatitis C, including direct-acting antiviral (DAA) therapy. Our team of specialists will work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan that is right for you.
  • Monitoring: Our team of specialists will monitor your progress throughout treatment and provide ongoing support to ensure the best possible outcome.
  • Education and support: We provide education and resources on hepatitis C, including information on managing symptoms, reducing the risk of transmission, and maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

At LifeLine Health, our goal is to provide the best possible care to people living with hepatitis C. We are dedicated to helping you achieve a cure and improve your overall health. So, if you’re concerned about Hepatitis C, don’t hesitate to make an appointment with us. We’ll provide you with the support and care you need to manage your condition and improve your health.

How do I know if I need to be tested for hepatitis C?

There are several factors that can indicate the need for a hepatitis C test:

  • Risk behavior: People who have engaged in high-risk behaviors, such as injecting drugs, having multiple sexual partners, or sharing needles, are at an increased risk of contracting hepatitis C and should get tested.
  • Symptoms: Symptoms of hepatitis C can include fatigue, jaundice, abdominal pain, and dark urine. If you experience any of these symptoms, you should get tested for hepatitis C.
  • Previous exposure: If you have been exposed to hepatitis C in the past, such as through a blood transfusion before 1992, you should get tested.
  • Regular testing: Some individuals should be regularly tested for hepatitis C, such as baby boomers (people born between 1945 and 1965), people with chronic liver disease, people with HIV infection, people who received blood transfusions or organ transplants before 1992.
  • Pregnancy: Pregnant women should be tested for Hepatitis C as part of their prenatal care, to prevent mother-to-child transmission.

It’s important to contact LifeLine Health today to discuss your risk factors and testing recommendations, we will provide guidance on how frequently you need to be tested and also they can guide you on how to prepare for the test and interpret the results. Even if you don’t have any specific reason, it’s always good to have knowledge of your hepatitis C status, so it would be beneficial for you to be regularly screened.

Listen To What Our Patients Say…

Cristina Anderson

I am thankful to the nice people at Lifeline Health. I was so scared when I found out I had been exposed. They guided me and made me feel so at ease. I have not had an issues and I know it's because I went to Lifeline Health first.

Juan Bustamonte

Thankfully there are places like Lifeline Health to get tested. This place is lowering the risk for our community by educating us and providing the resources to stay healthy. They are making positive changes in the community.

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