Hepatitis C is a chronic liver condition caused by the hepatitis C virus. It can range in severity from a mild illness lasting a few weeks to a serious, long-term illness. HCV is a blood-borne virus and the most common way to get it is by sharing injection drug equipment with someone who has the virus. You can also get hepatitis C by having unprotected sex with someone who has the virus, or from contact with the blood of someone who has hepatitis C.
There are many symptoms of hepatitis C, but some people may not experience any symptoms at all.
1 The most common symptoms Of Hepatitis C
Fatigue is common in people with hepatitis C. While the cause of fatigue in hepatitis C is not entirely understood, it is thought that the virus and the associated inflammation may play a role. Fatigue can be quite debilitating, making it difficult to do everyday activities. There are treatments available for hepatitis C-related fatigue, including medications and lifestyle changes. With treatment, many people find that their fatigue improves.