Your liver function test numbers indicate no hepatitis of any kind. Not acute. Not chronic.
AST=30 ALT=40 are in the normal ranges. If there was anything wrong with your liver, these numbers would be much higher.
Taking other medication might raise these numbers temporarily, but it is no big deal. Most of us here with Hep-C have lived with scary ALT and AST levels for years. And Most of us are still alive.
If you want to be absolutely sure that you do not have Hep-B or Hep-C, you will have to ask your doc for antibody tests. Since you are obviously worrying a lot about this, what price would you pay for peace of mind? You will not be able to get these tests done without a doctors prescription.
But I can tell you for free your doc would have already ordered those tests if he had the slightest suspicion that you might have either of those viruses.
I have one last question. What do you mean by clay-colored stools? Clay can be orange or brown, or anywhere in between. Or clay can be cheesy white or gray. If you mean anything like orange or brown, stop worrying. If you mean white or gray go back to your doc right away.
Diagnosed Jan 2015: GT3, A0+F0/F1. Fatigue + Brain-Fog.
Started Sof+Dac from fixHepC 10-Nov-2015. NO sides.
Pre-Tx: AST 82, ALT 133, Viral Load 1 900 000.
Week4: AST 47, ALT 58. VL < 15 (unquantifiable).
Week12 (EOT): AST 30, ALT 26, VL UND
Week16 (EOT+4): AST 32, ALT 28, GGT 24, VL UND
Week28 (EOT+16): AST 26, ALT 22, GGT 24, VL UND
Ever grateful to Dr James.
Relapsed somewhere after all that... Bummer!
Jan 2018: VL 63 000 (still GT3).