Sharing needles is the most common way to contract virus.
i agree with the above posts in all the yrs i have been with my wonderful hubby i have never worried about getting hepc I have just seen my hubby through his treatment and as everybody on the site is well aware that it isnt easy, I agree with rival grow a pair she dosnt deserve the slap in the face that youve just given her!!
Below is one site of many available to you: How is Hepatitis C transmitted?
The hepatitis C virus (HCV) is is spread through blood-to-blood contact.
It is most often passed by: Hepatitis C is not spread by casual contact such as hugging, kissing, sneezing, coughing, or sharing food or drinks.
since i know nothing of hep c i figured i would ask.
i have distanced myself from her and feel bad about it but i dont want to put myself in harms way. First I doubt her husband gave her Hep C, as for how dangerous it is well I have been married over thirty years and my wife doesn't have it and there are many of others here as well......In rare cases, people who have liver damage may need a liver transplant.If you have hepatitis C, you may want more information or to talk to others who also have the infection.Many people will have no or very few symptoms during the acute phase, but over time may notice: Most test results are accurate 10 weeks after contact with hepatitis C.People with hepatitis C should see their health care provider every 6 to 12 months. we havent had sex yet because we are taking things slowly.