Just my opinion, but your medication and previous gall bladder problems could very well cause elevated liver enzymes. Hep C is blood-borne...has nothing to do with "bodily fluids" unless that fluid is blood. So I think you can rule out Hep C. You probably don't have B, either, but I can understand that you would want to make sure.
You do not need to see a hepatologist at this point. When my primary care doc tested me for Hep C and it came back positive, she referred me to a gastroenterologist (GI doc.) He did the biopsy and we discussed treatment. about this time, my insurance changed and I had to go with a different GI doc, but I did get the treatment approved. I only went to a hepatologist when my hep C resulted in liver cancer, 2 years ago. Of course, she continues to follow me. A hepatologist deals in diseases of the liver, whereas a gastroenterologist specializes in the digestive system as a whole. There's no reason you can't go to a GI doc at this point. Just see if you can get your primary care doc to refer you to one that's close to you. If you get nowhere with this, I suggest you call your insurance company and ask to speak to your case manager. You have one, whether you know it or not. This is their job--to straighten out referrals and disagreements regarding where you should go, the tests/treatment you should have, etc.
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