|PLEASE HELP. Couldnt find answer anywhere
Jun 17, 2007
Can you contract Hep B or C or HIV for that matter through foreplay such as sucking a women's breast or receiving a handjob?
Regarding another incident, I had negative blood tests for Hep B and C 4 1/2 months post exposure. The CDC says that a blood test will detect Hep B at 1-9 weeks since infection. Is this correct and can i consider myself ok.
Please please answer. I'm Scared
Response from Dr. McGovern
I would not worry about the exposures you describe. Yes you do not need further testing. I would get hepatitis B vaccine to decrease you worries and concerns.
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