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My skin has turned yellowish, and I'm awfully tired. What could be wrong with me?
Answer: These symptoms can point to a number of diseases. One possibility is hepatitis C, which may also include belly pain, dark urine, and nausea. But some people have no symptoms at all. The condition can be short-term (acute hepatitis C) but most people who are infected with the virus go on to develop long-term, or chronic, hepatitis C. Early treatment is key.

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