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... so you can contract hep b by sharing a drink or food with some1? ... (6 replies)
... Can you Contract Hepatitis B by Sharing a Drink or food With SOMEONE? ... (6 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)

... my cousin went to a different country and he came back with it, could it be genetics that he got the hepatitus b from his parents? ... (6 replies)
... Hepatitis B is a sexually transmitted disease as well as a blood to blood disease. You cannot catch it by sharing food. You can catch Hep A that way. ... (6 replies)
Some questions
Mar 18, 2007
... There could be a lot of reasons for an elevated bilirubin and low WBC. ... (3 replies)
Some questions
Mar 17, 2007
... this is kinda shocking to me, because i'm usually fussy about sharing a drink with somebody,and i am a virgin, don't drink, do drugs, or have any tattoos, which count for nearly all ways it is spread! ... (3 replies)
... ty for great reply.. i feel safer now (6 replies)
... You contract Hep-B the same that you contract AIDS---blood and/or bodily fluids; however; Hep-B is much more potent than AIDS. (6 replies)
... Can i even kiss a girl without infecting her? ... (4 replies)
... doctor told me that I had to abstain from alcohol for at least 2 years before he would retreat me for HCV. I kept thinking that after I got "cured" that I would drink again. After already coming to grip with the fact that I am an alcoholic. ... (10 replies)
... for my yearly cold and it's done in a day or two. I take Dandelion once a month for bloating and it works. This is why I researched and bought the Milk Thistle. I bought the potent stuff with as less additives as I can find. ... (17 replies)
Aug 9, 2017
... There is no chance that you got Hep C from sipping on a drink. ... (8 replies)
... He is a past drug users, could is have been transferred by sharing needles. Should I worry about being in contact with him. Thanks for your help. ... (2 replies)
... Yes, I did 6 months of TX and as a result I am virus undetectable and I don't have to get more bloodwork til next year. I'm genotype 2B. ... (11 replies)
... been on treatment since the end of February of this year. This is the regiment I try to follow, it works for me, but everyone lives their lives differently. I do drink plenty of water. At first, I found it hard to drink lots of water, I wasn't much of a water drinker. It helped alot by putting some juice in it for more flavor. ... (9 replies)
... well, I am truly sorry you have HCV, but this is a good place to come for info. ... (7 replies)
... You are still married with two wonderful grown daughters. I assume you have a husband worth keeping for 30 years, your career, and all of the blessings you have listed. ... (9 replies)
... up. It is called a beachcomber, but I never ask for it that way for fear that they'll add alcohol. Anyway, when he returned with my drink I took a sip and it was potent. I almost spwed it all over the atble. I asked the guy I was with to taste it and sure enough it had alcohol in it. ... (9 replies)
... star, in response to your posting, i may be able to answer a few of your questions. i have had hepetitis c for almost 20 years, and i feel great everyday, with no symptoms of the virus. ... (4 replies)

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