About Me: Male, arkansas city, KS, member since Feb 2013
I am 40 yrs old and have all ways been very safe and have never had any deseases at all and now I am very sacred that i mite have gotten something from a drunk guy biting my noise in a fight he started what do i do now?????
"i got bit on my noise by a drunk guy when he attack me and took a chunk out of it and broke skin bad can i get any diseases from him doing this .. i was told he has hep.c. and tell what else he has what should i do my girlfriend is goin..."
"i was bitten on the noise by someone that has Hep.C the bite broke the skin about took off part of my noise could he given me Hep.C? or any thing else any std or anything? i need answers my girlfriend is going to have my baby we haven't ..."
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