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... nih centers for disease control publishes, hep b transmission always involves the exhange of blood or blood products, whether by iv needles, transfusion, unsafe sex or similar vectors. ... (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)
... 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)

... Women, particularly those who do not drink or smoke, almost never progress to liver disease. ... (9 replies)
... and the most critical test of liver damage biopsy, found only mild inflammation and fibroiss in my liver. It may well be that I will die of old age before this disease ever makes me very ill. Hope so, anyway. ... (3 replies)
... en if I underwent treatment. I was in complete denial. I waited 3 years and in 1998 I finally went and checked it out. I started treatment, but I continued to drink and I did not respond. Now, I have finally been able to start treatment. I started 9 weeks ago. I have been sober almost 4 years now. ... (11 replies)
Val here
Apr 6, 2002
... ke if I got it so easy, it would be a miracle if she didn't have it since we breastfed for so long, and just maintained a very close contact, living together and sharing food on forks, etc., just hundreds of times. Anyway, thanks again, I know I am driving you guys crazy, thanks for putting up with me!! ... (14 replies)

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