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... but even if I did contract Hep B from her, there is only a small chance that it wouldn't be more than an annoying flu like illness for a few weeks. ... (9 replies)
... its transimited through sexual intercourse but also at birth. Mother to child is more common in Africa due to health conditions but now its hep. b is associated with HIV due to the similar ways of transmission. ... (1 replies)
... or any viral hep. a baby can contract it, either in the womb or birth canal or afterward, but that has nothing to do with genes. it is a viral disease. ... (6 replies)

... If you even THINK you might have contracted any type of Hepatitis, why not go to your doctor have a blood test...this way you WILL know...and be done with it. ... (2 replies)
... I post on another forum, but, I am very curious about something. I've had the Hepatitis B immunization series done twice. ... (9 replies)
Hepatitis B?
Dec 4, 2005
... It does mention that one explanation that might not have occured to anyone is "false positive. ... (2 replies)
... the test for hep b is as quick as giving one vial of blood at your local gp or clinic. ... (1 replies)
... Thanks for the replies guys. I know there isn't a vac. for Hep C. My concern is that I may contract Hep A,B,OR C, but never know because I wouldn't have antibodies show up on a blood test. Jeannie, how did you find oyt about your Hep C? ... (9 replies)
... C and the body does not rid the virus, there is a combination therapy to possibly help them rid it. Without going into all the details, there are a lot of factors to the success of the treatment, but it is successful for many. ... (1 replies)
... While it is a given that I need to get tested, How at risk am I. ... (1 replies)
Moral dilemma
Jan 3, 2007
... This is critical to know since, for the most obvious example, hep a will leave antibodies in the blood for most people for life, but is not a health issue and certainly not transmissable after the initial, acute episode. ... (8 replies)
... months ago I went in to get tested for hep C. They did an antibody test and it was negative. If I did contract the hep it was over a year before that. Now I am pregnant and I got tested again for everything and the hep antibody test was positive. ... (8 replies)
Hep C stigma
Feb 22, 2005
... While at my dentist appointment Friday the assistant cleaning my teeth asked me when reviewing my papers how long have I had Hepatitis C and how did I contract it. ... (6 replies)
Hep C stigma
Feb 23, 2005
... omeone. She may have thought "drug use" before you talked about it, but now she knows that it can be contracted other ways. It is more likely that she was trying to reach out to you. Possible? ... (6 replies)
... I have heard people speaking about how 2 people infected with hepatitis could infect each other with different strains of the virus. ... (2 replies)
... No. Look around the web for the Liver Foundation and other sites.....they can give you specific scenerios how you can and can not contract HepC. ... (2 replies)

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