I can only say from a caregivers views that you will always worry even about the little things but, it will do you no good as it can make you sicker!
As everyone else has mentioned do the research and ask questions as it will help ease your mind on certain issues.
My son Wil is 22 yrs. old at 16months of age he was diagnoised with AML Leukemia had 2 bloodtransfusions in 87-88 as you said they didn't test for HEP at that time ony HIV. He went into remmision in 1993 and we were told we didn't need to return for 10 yrs. at 16yr. of age he was 12years in remission AML but, we were told he had contracted HEP B and was chronic for atleast 12yrs.(2002). Now he has cirrhosis of the liver still in compinsated stage which means it is still functioning they have found 2 lesions as of April 08, Dr's. say he will need liver transplant possibly by the end of the year as he is active and this disease is continuosly damaging his liver .Dr's. also have a way of sugar coating prognosis an such, so please tell them for your peace of mind tell them to be very forward and use lamen terms so you understand whether good or bad. Get copies of all your bloodwork and reports from your visits as this will help you get to know how to read them and what to look for. Alot of people here on the forum can give you many suggestions and be very helpful for finding the info! You have definatley come to a wonderful place here on healingwell as I have also been blessed to find and get info for helping my son. And, everyone is very compassionate so you can get angry, vent, even cry on your keyboard if you want someone is listening and always here to help! Thanks All!
It sounds to me that you are having early signs fatigue, weekness, pain even flu like symptoms, nausea, weight loss ect. I know my Wil has had same symptoms except for the right side pain he insists that his is mainly lower backaches sometimes his legs. But, I am mom and I can read threw him.
Again, don't worry get knowledge! Good luck!!!
Thoughts and prayers are with you All.
Huggs and smooches!