Hepatitis C refers to a disease triggered by a virus that causes infection in the liver.
A person contracts the hepatitis C virus by coming into contact with infectious fluids and secretions from someone else who is already infected with hepatitis C virus.
Hepatitis C is an inflammation of the liver due to a viral infection.
Several people do not have to deal with any symptoms when they have the hepatitis C virus in their body. However, the most common hepatitis C symptoms are extreme fatigue, dark urine, sore muscles, joint pain, belly pain, skin, yellowish eyes, and itchy skin. Among these symptoms, yellowish skin and eyes or jaundice seem to appear only after the other symptoms vanish.