Hepatitis C Testing

10 Test Panel
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10 Test Panel with HIV Early Detection

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Hepatitis C Testing Information

Our SIMPLE and EFFECTIVE testing method

The test for hepatitis C requires only a small portion of blood. This will be drawn by a lab technician at your local testing center as they search your bloodstream for antibodies to the hepatitis C virus. This takes very little time and should cause very minimal pain. No preparation is needed for the hepatitis C test. Just show up at your designated time and try to relax. Wearing a short sleeve shirt can make it easier to draw the blood from your arm.

The best time to be tested

The best time to be tested is between 8-9 weeks after sexual contact. This allows the body enough time to build up detectable antibodies. Hepatitis C has a range of symptoms, including joint pain, loss of appetite, tiredness, itchy skin, abdominal pain, and dark urine. If you experience any of these symptoms, we recommend you schedule a test.

Interpreting your test results

The test results will show up as either positive or negative. A negative result means no hepatitis C antibodies were detected. A positive result means hepatitis C antibodies were found in your blood, and we recommend you contact our doctors to discuss possible treatments.

Treatment of Hepatitis C

Hepatitis C can easily be treated by getting plenty of rest and drinking lots of fluids, similar to one recovering from the flu. If it is not treated when symptoms first arise, this disease can become chronic, and potentially cause long term liver damage. If you experience any of the symptoms, and feel you may be at risk for the disease, you might want to see a liver specialist to make sure there is no serious damage.

You should get tested if...

If you were born between 1945 and 1965, or underwent an organ transplant or blood transfusion anytime before July 1992, we recommend you get tested for hepatitis C. Individuals who share needles for intravenous drug use should get tested regularly. If you have participated in unprotected sex with someone who may have the disease, or live with someone who has hepatitis C, you should also get tested.

Don't make the mistake of waiting to get tested for Hepatitis C.

Hepatitis C Testing - Don't Wait.

STDs are highly contagious and easily spreadable from one infected person to the next. For this reason, it's crucial that individuals who have unprotected sex get tested regularly to stop the spread of disease.

The most common ways to contract hepatitis C are through unprotected sex, sharing needles, or sharing other household items that could carry infected blood. Because the body takes 8-9 weeks to develop antibodies for this disease, this is the best time to get tested for hepatitis C.

By getting tested early, you can prevent your acute infection from turning into a chronic one. We also recommend the 10 Test Panel for persons who want to test for the 10 most common STDs all at once. This is the most efficient way to ensure you are STD free.

Getting tested is easy, so call today and set up an appointment at one of our testing centers.

How the process works

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Hepatitis C Testing Services Include:

Confidential STD Testing

The STD Testing process is completely confidential. Only you have access to the results.

Comprehensive 10 Test Panel

We recommend a complete 10 test panel to screen for the most common STDs.

Get 100% Satisfaction

We have specialists to help you through the process should any concerns or questions arise.

Fast Testing Centers

Testing at the testing centers can take as little as 5 minutes. No need to wait.

Free Doctor Consultation

If your test results are positive, you have access to a doctor who can discuss treatment options with you.

Extremely Easy Process

Using our service enables you to get extremely quick, 100% confidential, and reliable STD testing results in a simple 1-2 -3 step process.

Next Steps if you Test Positive

Once you receive a positive diagnosis for hepatitis C, there are a few things you can do. The first is to call one of our doctors and find out what your test results mean, and what you need to do next for treatment. This phone consultation is completely free of charge. Depending on your diagnosis, further testing may be needed, or treatment may need to begin. Call as soon as possible so you can get started on your treatment.

For more information, call 1-800-704-6159.


This test package is for patients who are worried about recent exposure. The HIV Early Detection test can detect HIV as early as 6 days after exposure.

  • Herpes 1 (HSV 1)
  • Herpes 2 (HSV 2)
  • Hepatitis A
  • Hepatitis B
  • Hepatitis C
  • HIV Type 1 & 2
  • Chlamydia
  • Gonorrhea
  • Syphilis
  • HIV Early Detection
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