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!!
It sounds like both of you really need to understand how people become infected, if it was that easy we would all have it.......... 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......
It sounds like both of you really need to understand how people become infected, if it was that easy we would all have it.......... Like candoman said, your 'paramour' may have contracted HCV from her ex, but I wonder if she is being totally honest as to how.
The USPSTF also recommends offering 1-time screening for HCV infection to adults born between 19.
we were discussing things openly and she told me outright her ex husband gave her Hep C 2 years ago. she had it when she had her daughter and her child dosent have it. i really like this girl, shes not into drugs but her husband was which is why she divorced him.
An enormous public health danger lies in the fact that many infected patients are unaware of their diseased state.
HCV's slow disease progression can lead to liver cirrhosis or hepatocellular carcinoma, which ultimately requires transplantation or causes mortality.People with hep.c go through enough and really don't need people in their lives that cut them off because they have an illness.If she is a wonderful person, man up and be there for her or make way for someone worthy of her attentions. I was married many years with it and had 4 children and no one in my family were infected.Talking these things through with each other is the basis for a strong relationship. Distancing yourself is a slap in the face, I would've thought. Like candoman said, your 'paramour' may have contracted HCV from her ex, but I wonder if she is being totally honest as to how.Also, I wonder if you really DID like this girl, as I would have thought one would do all they can to understand the disease, then find ways to live with it, together. I was married many years with it and had 4 children and no one in my family were infected.Exposure to viral hepatitis has long been recognized as an occupational risk for healthcare personnel, with recommendations previously established for the management of occupational exposures to hepatitis C virus (HCV).