Treatment is so much better today.
You might have put off testing and treatment.
You may have heard stories or old information about treatment.
You could be worried about family or friends finding out about your hep C and getting upset or discriminating against you.
Take the first step. Talk to us now.
To find out if you have hep C you can do a Dried Blood Spot test (DBS). It’s a finger prick test. You choose how to get your results – text, call or email – to keep it private. You can do the test at the NSP, or in private by getting a test kit posted to you.
For more information click here for our DBS page.
You can also get tested at sexual health clinics, doctor’s clinics, drug and alcohol services and needle and syringe programs (NSPs), and if you’re an Aboriginal person you can get tested at an Aboriginal Medical Service (AMS) or Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service.
Everyone has the right to the new hep C cure, even if you
While living with hep C I often felt exhausted, but with cure my energy has returned.