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Hepatitis B
Sep 7, 2004
... Hi. I disagree with the premise that HBV can be contracted from sharing plates or cups. According to my gastroenterologist the chances of HBV being transmitted in this manner via saliva is pretty impossible. ... (3 replies)
... 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)

... Can you Contract Hepatitis B by Sharing a Drink or food With SOMEONE? ... (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)
Hepatitus b
Apr 6, 2001
... i tested negative for hepatitis b surface antigen but positive for hep b core antibody. i have no clue what any of these mean, and i want to know whether i can infect someone else with it and if so, how, exactly. ... (1 replies)
Hep B
Feb 11, 2006
... Hepatitis B is spread thru bodily fluids, i.e. sexual contact, sharing utensils. For almost 10 years now the Hep B vaccination has been on the schedule for all children and its especially important that adolescents be vaccinated. ... (6 replies)
... so you can contract hep b by sharing a drink or food with some1? ... (6 replies)
... it often means that someone will consume something that has been tainted in some way by microscopic amounts of stool whether this is unclean drinking water or food that someone touched without washing his hands after having a bowel movement. ... (6 replies)
... Fear will not kill you and neither will having hepatitis C. It will require some lifestyle modification but possibly it won't, depending on your current lifestyle choices. ... (9 replies)

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