Can a baby be born with hepatitis c?

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How do you get Hepatitis C?

The hepatitis C virus (HCV) is spread through contact with infectedblood and, most likely, needle stick injuries. You can contract Hep. C from bodily fluids to body fluids (se

What is Hepatitis C?

It's a very dangerous liver disease that is caused by a virus. There is no vaccine and there is no easy or 100% effective cure for it. Most people who suffer from it got it fr

Why give a baby a hepatitis shot?

Vaccinations are intended to prevent diseases - they are much less useful if given after exposure to the disease. It makes sense to vaccinate children before they have much ch

What is dangerous hepatitis b or hepatitis c?

Hepatitis B is a disease caused by hepatitis B virus (HBV) which infects the liver of hominoidae, including humans, and causes an inflammation called hepatitis. Originally kn

Can you get hepatitis c from someone with hepatitis c?

Yes if you share blood or bodily fluids with the infected person. You can also get it without another person. For instance if you are an intervenes drug user and re-use old ne

Can a baby get hepatitis A in the womb?

womb is relation to baby developmental plaice but hepatitis Acaused by oral cavity not vaginal cavity ,if mother have hepatitisA then baby can be infected

Who can get hepatitis c?

After direct blood contact ( injections- often drugs users, operations, tattoos, ...)
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Can you treat hepatitis c with hepatitis a?

NO, Hep C is not actually a liver disease and is unrelated to any other Hep Virus. It is an inflammatory Virus and can cause damage anywhere in your body including your centr
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What is the top hepatitis c or hepatitis a?

Hepatitis A is usually contracted by contaminated food. Although very contagious it is treatable and curable. Hepatitis C is typically contracted by drug users and sexually. I

How do you not get Hepatitis C?

Don't share needles, or engage in any risky behavior that involves the possibility of blood transfer. Hep C is a blood born pathogen, and despite the many propaganda, fear-bas