I was just diagnosed with HepC after two blood tests. I received an ultrasound of my liver, but no enlargement was revealed. I'm on my way to a specialist next week, but am wondering if it's possible to have Wilson's disease and that is what is causing the hepC? I've never used drugs, no tatoos, been married 15 years and my husband was just tested for HepC too since my diangnosis and he is negative. I've had an Hiv/aids tests 2 in fact and both were negative. I have many symptoms that lead me to believe I could have Wilson's disease, but am trying to tie the two together.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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