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Can a baby be born with hepatitis c?
Answer It would be extremely ill advised. If you have hep C and your blood or other bodily fluids or your tissue contaminates the artist they retain the right to… sue you. If you can find an artist that will accept the risks then by all means go for it, but you must be open with your artist because if you aren't then you can be sued for negligence or even attempted murder depending on the court.
"Borderline" means 2.76, if you have less then 2.76 it means its negative and if you have more then 2.76 then its positive but 2.76 is considered as "Borderline". If you have …it, it can be knocked back or into so called remission with powerful drug therapy. that is when they can no longer detect it in your blood. there is no cure though, you will have it for life.
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 m…uch chance of exposure. Remember that Hepatitis B & C are not just transmitted sexually, but can also be transmitted by blood contact such as stepping on a used needle. If we have as many people as possible who are immune to Hepatitis B, then there will be less of it in the population and therefore less chance of it being caught by the people who are not immune (such as people who do not react to the vaccine).
Hepatitis C Virus.
My long time partner, heterosexual, of 27 years has been having a 5 year affair with a co-worker whose husband is HVC positive from kidney dialysis. He does not know if the gi…rlfriend has been tested or if she is intimate with her husband or others. We have been intimate since I did not have knowledge of the affair until two months ago. The affair is on going. Should he be tested for the virus?
Yes, it is contagious, and is most often spread contact through infected blood.
I went through treatment and now 6 months after I have no signs of the virus in my system
Not a very good idea. Hep C is highly infectious.
No. Hepatitis C isn't developed in used needles, it's spread by them. So if you are the only user of an IV needle and have tested negative for Hep C, you cannot infect yoursel…f with it by small traces of your own blood left from prior injections.
any bodily fluids
Ask your doctor to get the accurate amount for the size baby if it is possible.
Hepatitis C is most commonly spread by blood-to-blood contact (e.g via blood transfusions). Although it was originally thought that Hep C could be spread via sexual activities…, that hypothesis is now under question. Please see related link.
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…ed campaigns out there to prevent unprotected sex among today's youth, transmission of the virus from intercourse is virtually impossible. Even if an infected female is bleeding or spotting, unless there are actively bleeding open wounds, you're pretty safe. Sharing needles on the other hand, can get you infected. It's almost a certainly if you share a needle with someone who is infected, even just one time.