Because hepatitis C doesn't always cause symptoms, you may not know you have the virus. Your doctor won't check for hepatitis C unless you think you've had contact with a person who is infected or if you were born between 1945 and 1965. If you think you may have hepatitis C, you can get a blood test.
The CDC recommends that you have a bloodtest for hepatitis C if any of the following are true:
You received blood from a donor who later was found to have the disease.
You have ever injected...