Hepatitis C is a complicated disease with a challenging treatment regimen. Women living with HCV have issues that differ from men’s. On a good note Women are more likely to clear HCV than men are.
Be sure to check out this excellent fact sheet from the HCV Advocate and Lucinda K. Porter, RN
If you are pregnant and HCV+, please take a look at HepCBC’s pamphlet, Pregnancy and Hepatitis C.
If you are Rh-negative and had a RhoGAM shot (given following childbirth or miscarriage) before 1993, there is a very slight chance you were infected with hepatitis C through the shot. Even if you got the shot many decades ago, and have no symptoms, you should consider getting tested for hepatitis C.