Hepatitis C is a viral liver infection that is being spread through contacting with the blood of infected individual.
It can be chronic or acute.
Hep C: Acute type can occur within 6 months after the individual had contact with Hep C virus. It is described a short-term sickness.
It is common that individuals develop chronic Hep C in case they become Hep C infected.
Hep C: Chronic type can occur if Hep C virus remains in individual’s body. It is described a long-term sickness.
At times Hep C infection may last for the entire life and thus leads to severe health aggravations, such as cirrhosis, cancer and other liver problems.