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HCV Genotyping Test

Genotyping for HCV
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₹ 4500

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Description - An HCV genotyping test is a blood test that checks the type of hepatitis C strain present in a pe ....Read More

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)

A genotyping test is a laboratory diagnostic test that uses DNA sequencing to identify the specific genetic variation of a virus. This variation can help scientists better understand how the virus mutates and how it infects different people.

The hepatitis C virus genotyping test is typically used to diagnose HCV infection or to determine the risk for developing hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC).

You should take the test if:

  • You have ever been infected with HCV
  • You are at high risk for developing HCV (for example, if you have liver cirrhosis)
  • You want to know if you have the most common form of HCV (genotype 1)
  • You want to know if you have the most severe form of HCV (genotype 4)
  • You want to know if you are eligible for a new hepatitis C treatment regimen that could reduce your chance of developing chronic hepatitis C

The normal range for HCV genotyping tests is between 98.2-99.9% accuracy. The accuracy of a test varies depending on the sample size and the type of test being performed.

Yes, It is safe to take HCV Genotyping Test.

Precautions to take before taking a HCV genotyping test include:
- Consult with your healthcare provider to determine if you are a good candidate for the test and whether the benefits outweigh the risks.
- Review the potential side effects of the test and understand what to expect should any occur.
- Make sure to drink plenty of fluids throughout the day prior to taking the test as dehydration can lead to inaccurate results.
- Remember to eat a balanced diet and avoid drinking alcohol while taking the HCV genotyping test.

Fasting is not required for HCV genotyping test. However, if you are fasting for religious or medical reasons, it is recommended that you speak with your healthcare provider before taking the HCV genotyping test.

Yes, the HCV Genotyping Test is available for home sample collection.

About This Test

An HCV genotyping test is a blood test that checks the type of hepatitis C strain present in a person. Hepatitis C is a liver infection that causes swelling and dysfunction of the liver. When is HC
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