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Kapil Chopra, MDChronic hepatitis C, which means hepatitis C infection that is beyond 6 months duration. Now usually, hepatitis C, chronic hepatitis C has no symptoms. So the only way this can be detected is via a blood test that is done by the medical provider.
Kapil Chopra, MD cont.The other is acute hepatitis C, which is less common. But if patients have symptoms, they could be pretty vague like fatigue, fever, nausea, vomiting, dark urine, yellow discoloration of the eyes, jaundice, clay stools, and joint pains.
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