none at this time.
Hepatitis C or a history of having Hep C is one of the biggest reasons people get non alcoholic cirrhosis of the liver. Many people have had or have Hep C and do not know it. Symptoms can be so mild or vague that people dont realize this is going on. Have your Dr test you for Hep C. See below:
Yes there are other ways. As mementioned, hep c is just one way. I have cirrhosis of the the liver and barely drank in my life. I don't have hep c but a rare form of hepatitis called autoimmune hepatitis. It is often missed diagnosed as hep c but has no relation what so ever. With this autoimmune disease, the body attacks it's own liver as if it were a foreign object or virus that it is trying to get rid of. I'm only 34 and have had been diagnosed 5 years ago. The condition has worsened over the years.
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