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  • Liver function tests

    You'll have a number of routine tests to monitor your health as part of your HIV care. If you're taking HIV treatment, you'll also have regular...

    From: Factsheets

    Information level Level 2
  • Managing advanced liver disease

    Over years or decades, chronic hepatitis B or C can cause serious liver disease including advanced fibrosis, cirrhosis or liver cancer (hepatocellular cancer). As scar tissue or tumours...

    From: Booklets

    Information level Level 2
  • Hepatitis C treatment for people with co-infection

    Current guidelines recommend that you start hepatitis C treatment if you have HIV and HCV co-infection with moderate or worse liver fibrosis (stage F2 to F4) and...

    From: Booklets

    Information level Level 2
  • HIV & hepatitis

    This booklet gives information for people with HIV who also have hepatitis A, hepatitis B or hepatitis C....

    From: Booklets

    Information level Level 2
  • HIV and hepatitis co-infection

    Hepatitis is a viral infection that affects your liver. Some types – hepatitis B and C – can cause long-term, serious health problems. Many people with HIV...

    From: Booklets

    Information level Level 2
  • Non-HIV-related illnesses – hepatitis

    ‘Hepatitis’ means inflammation of the liver. The liver is the largest internal organ in your body. It is located at the upper right-hand side of the abdomen....

    From: Living with HIV

    Information level Level 2
  • Hepatitis C

    Hepatitis C virus (HCV) is chiefly transmitted by blood-to-blood contact. When the blood of a person with hepatitis C enters the bloodstream of another person,...

    From: Factsheets

    Information level Level 2
  • Hepatitis B

    Hepatitis B is a virus that can cause serious damage to the liver. Hepatitis B is usually transmitted through contact with blood, semen, vaginal fluids,...

    From: Factsheets

    Information level Level 2
  • Hepatitis C

    Hepatitis C is a serious infection caused by a virus.It damages the liver, which performs essential functions in the body.Some people have hepatitis C for...

    From: The basics

    Information level Level 1
  • Hepatitis C treatment

    Deciding on the best time to take treatment for hepatitis C is not straightforward.It’s important to get support and advice to help you with this...

    From: The basics

    Information level Level 1
  • How hepatitis C is passed on

    When the blood of a person who has hepatitis C enters the bloodstream of another person, that person could get hepatitis C.Tiny and unseen traces...

    From: The basics

    Information level Level 1
  • How hepatitis C is passed on during sex

    Hepatitis C can be passed on during sex that could lead to contact with small traces of blood.Many gay men with HIV have picked up...

    From: The basics

    Information level Level 1
  • Other tests

    Blood pressure is the force that the beating heart causes in the arteries, veins, and blood vessels that carry blood around the body. Blood pressure is measured...

    From: Booklets

    Information level Level 2
  • The liver

    The liver is the largest organ in the human body and is situated in the upper right-hand side of the abdomen (tummy), protected by the...

    From: Factsheets

    Information level Level 2
  • Hepatitis C

    Information on hepatitis C, including transmission, treatment and interactions with HIV and anti-HIV treatment....

    From: HIV treatments directory

    Information level Level 4
  • Hepatitis C virus treatment

    The current preferred treatment regimen for HCV infection is a combination of peginterferon alfa (given by injection) plus ribavirin (given orally). Interferons are human proteins that...

    From: HIV treatments directory

    Information level Level 4

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