Self-Assessment Guide

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Introduction

An estimated 7,500 South Australians are living with the Hepatitis C virus.

About 1 in 5 don't know they have it.

While most Australians acquire hepatitis C through the sharing of injecting equipment, it is also transmitted in other ways. Hepatitis C symptoms may not manifest until many years after initial exposure - people may have hepatitis C and not even be aware of it.

This self-assessment guide will help you find out if you may have been exposed to the hepatitis C virus. It will only take a few minutes and is completely anonymous.

Select Risk Factors

Please indicate which hepatitis C risk factors apply to you. Your answers here will determine the questions you see in the next section.

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For more information about hepatitis C visit our website (hepatitissa.asn.au):

Or call the Hepatitis SA Helpline on 1800 437 222.

Confidential, non-judgemental infoline 1800 437 222