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Fundacion Gatroenterologia De DiegoYour blood tests suggest that you have some inflamatory process in the liver .If your hepatitis tests are negative, you need to discuss with your doctor if some need to be repeated later on.For example you may have HCV, but still to have... Read more »
University of North Carolina at Chapel HillHepatitis B can occur with typical symptoms of hepatitis-feeling bad, fatigue, jaundice- or it can have no symptoms, particularly if it becomes a chronic infection. Since hepatitis B is a sexually transmitted disease, virtually everyone is at risk... Read more »
Fundacion Gatroenterologia De DiegoThe term "chronic hepatitis". is usually reserved to "chronic viral hepatitis"You say that your mother has no viral hepatitis diagnosed,so I assume, you are referring to chronic elevation of hepatic tests,or other abnormalities... Read more »
Tufts University School of MedicineThe risk of hepatitis C transmission from sex is low. Even among monogamous couples over years the risk is low, so I suspect that your one-time risk is nearly zero. My main advice is to avoid sharing toothbrushes and razors.Oral sex has not been... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 3 RepliesHi.
What are the chances of Hep B or Hep C being transmitted by the use of someone elses toothbrush after it has been rinsed with hot water?
Also are Hep B or C transmitable by Mucous Membrance contact? Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesI was tested neg for HIV but now I am worried about hep b cause I Am in Asia and hep b is pretty common here according to the CDC.
Since I always use condoms is there reason to test for hep b? Should I be scared of this?
What I don't understand is why... Read more »
Posted by breezy29, 1 ReplyMy name is Breezy I am 29 I was recently in a vicious fight and blacked out and bit her =/ i know its terrible...i am told that she is CLEAN and I was also told that there was NO blood drawn (a good friend told me there was no blood) should I be... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyI tested negative for HIV at 4 1/2 months after last sexual intercourse.( 5 1/2 months after unprotected vaginal and 4 1/2 months after unprotected oral) I haven't tested for Hep b or c but plan on doing so soon. Is possible to test negative for HIV... Read more »
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