Hep C is a blood-borne virus. It is spread by blood-to-blood contact. It can be transmitted if both partners committing a sex act have open wounds on the part of the body being used or is menstruating.
anal penetration with the penis or fist is enough to cause hep c transmission and does so frequently among gays especially in group sex and also especially where HIV is present, what amazes me is the number of HIV men who present with hcv as a recent infection it shows the lack of inhibition and safe sex practices.
"There are no known cases of HCV being given through oral sex on a man (fellatio) or a woman (cunnilingus). It is possible that the virus could be given this way, though, if a person has mouth sores, bleeding gums, or a throat infection."
You can not get hepA,B, or C from RECIEVING unprotected oral sex (recieving fellacito,cunninling, and analings)
You are at risk for Hep A when you GIVE analings.
You are especially at risk for hep B and C if there is blood present, and you have an open cut.
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