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Take this list of questions with you when you see your doctor. It will help you get the information you need to manage your hepatitis C. You might want a family member or friend to go with you to take notes.
1. What kinds of tests will I need?
Frequently Asked Questions About Viral Hepatitis
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2. Are there any medications that might help?
3. How do I know when I should call the doctor?
4. How much exercise can I get and is it all right to have sex?
5. What drugs should I avoid?
6. What can I do to prevent the disease from getting worse?
7. How can I avoid spreading hepatitis C to others?
8. Are my family members at risk for hepatitis C?
9. Should I be vaccinated against other types of hepatitis?
10. How will you keep tabs on the condition of my liver?
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