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If your date was not introduced to you under the premise that you have Hepatitis C, navigating this disclosure can be a source of stress.

ago, but I most likely have had it longer than that. Vaginal penetrative sex is believed to have a lower risk of transmission than sexual practices that involve higher levels of trauma to anogenital mucosa (anal penetrative sex, fisting, use of sex toys).[20] My anecdotal story is this. It is consistent with the literature I have run into as well.

When I found out, I contacted my ex, another long term relationship, he was tested negative also. cuts, toothbrushes, razors, we don't share anything that could have min Ute blood on it. I was married for about 25 years before I found out I had HCV and had contracted it before I got married. My wife has not been exposed to the virus during all of this, including sharing razors (my pet complaint! You would both have to be bleeding is the short and to the point answer.

pitter I am very new to all of this so I really don't feel very comfortable responding to anything with my limited knowledge but I guess everyone on here had to start somewhere. The best we can figure he caught it about 21 yeas ago and we have been together for 20 yrs. We are more careful now but for the last 20 years if one of us left our toothbrush at home (traveled alot before txt) we shared one.

It is nearly impossible to get it from normal heterosexual intercourse.

Using the back door increases the risk (see above comments), but still does not guarantee transmission.

Good luck to you, it was fear from an old boyfriend that helped me to find this forum, actually a blessing as it helped tremendously while I was treating.

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