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Talking to your doctor about Hep C

There are lots of questions you can ask your doctor about hepatitis C. Your primary care doctor may be better able to answer some questions, while a specialist might know more about others. Here’s a list of questions that may help you organize your thoughts when speaking with your primary care doctor. You can print it out and bring it with you to your next appointment.

QUESTIONS FOR YOUR PRIMARY CARE DOCTOR




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Talking to a Specialist about Hep C

There are many types of specialists who focus on treating hepatitis C. Three common types of specialists that you may be referred to are gastroenterologists, hepatologists, and infectious disease specialists. A gastroenterologist treats diseases of the digestive system, including the liver. A hepatologist treats diseases of the liver, including hep C. An infectious disease specialist treats diseases that are spread from many sources, including those from person to person, like hep C and HIV (human immunodeficiency syndrome).

To find a specialist in your area, use our doctor locator. Ask your primary care doctor if you should consult a specialist. If your doctor says you should, here is a list of questions you might want to ask your specialist:

QUESTIONS FOR YOUR SPECIALIST




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