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What Happens After Hepatitis C Infection?

Five to twelve weeks after the exposure, some individuals may develop flu-like symptoms, including nausea, vomiting, tiredness and loss of appetite. These may last from weeks to months.

Approximately 80% of infected individuals will have no symptoms at all.