Hepatitis C is an infection caused by the Hepatitis C virus. It principally assaults a person’s liver and brings about a number of complications. As soon as the virus goes into a person’s system, not a single visible sign or symptom can be seen especially in the beginning of the disease. This may last approximately three or four weeks until the infection has already executed a large amount harm to the liver. 

The signs and symptoms of Hepatitis C
The most typical of all signs and symptoms of Hepatitis C is exhaustion. An individual who has contracted the infection will simply feel far too worn out even though this individual has not performed very physically challenging chores.
Other hepatitis C signs and symptoms that you must look out for are the following:

  • An individual who has been afflicted with hepatitis C will encounter uneasiness and aches and pains in his or her abdominal area or mid-section.
  • This individual will possess urine that is a lot deeper and darker than usual, usually, takes the color resembling coffee.
  • This individual is going to excrete strange-colored bowel movements, typically something which looks like clay.
  • This individual will lose body weight due to appetite loss.
  • This individual will experience mild to severe headaches or migraines.
  • This individual will be nauseated tending to vomit.
  • This individual will sense itchiness in different areas of the body.
  • His or her skin, as well as eyes, will begin changing into a yellowish color.
  • This individual will experience muscle aches and pains.

Tests for Hepatitis C
If you have any of the signs and symptoms stated, you should look at getting a Hepatitis C test. Bear in mind, the disease is contagious which means you can never tell if you are spreading the infection around and infecting lots of people. Since hepatitis C does not manifest visible symptoms until the last moments of the disease, it might be a bit difficult to diagnose it whilst it still has not carried out severe harm to your body.
People who believe that they have hepatitis C are urged to get tested for hepatitis C at STD treatment centers and hospitals. They must submit a sample of their blood to be able to find signs of hepatitis C antibodies in it. Blood samples with evidence of Hepatitis C antibodies are Hepatitis C-positive so the individual must promptly get treatment.