my first blood test tested positive for anibodies of hep c. second blood test tested negative for the viris being active in my blood, negative for hep c. third test another antibodies test (riba) tested postive, saying i have been exposed to the viris, but its not in my blood. what the heck does this mean? is it just lying dormant? do I have it? they said 15% of people can fight it off on there own, and they "think" I'm in that percentile. help!! what does this mean? will it always be there?
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