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Provide a blood and/or urine sample. Just 15 minutes, no appointment needed.


Results delivered usually in 1-2 business days or less.


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Hepatitis C Test

Original price $ 139.00 - Original price $ 139.00
Original price
$ 139.00
$ 139.00 - $ 139.00
Current price $ 139.00

Detect for the hepatitis C virus (HCV) immunoglobulin G (IgG) antibodies in the blood. 

HCV is a viral infection that affects the liver. It is not understood why, but some people can be infected with HCV and fight off the infection; others will carry the virus for the rest of their lives, without symptoms, until liver disease is advanced. Infection triggers production of specific antibodies to fight illness.

The Hepatitis C Test checks for HCV-specific IgG antibodies in your blood to determine whether you have been infected with HCV.

A positive test result does not necessarily indicate you have an active HCV infection; additional testing with a Hepatitis C RNA Test is required to confirm active infection.1

This confirmation test measures the level of HCV in the blood (viral load). The level of Hepatitis C RNA can tell you if you have a current or past HCV infection. This information can help your healthcare provider interpret your results and monitor your response to treatment.


STEP 1 - Select Your Lab

You can visit any lab location on this list. Simply enter your city of zip code to find additional locations. Click the location for hours and directions.

STEP 2 - Complete These Fields

What happens after I submit my order?
  •  You'll receive an email containing a "Lab Requisition Form" with a test code. The address of the test center you chose is also included in the email. 

  • Take your Lab Requisition Form or your test code to the testing center.

  • You are ready to take your test within 10 minutes.

Please Note:

If you know you’ve been exposed to HIV or Hepatitis B in the last 72 hours, please go to an emergency room or urgent care clinic immediately to receive preventive treatment.