As long as all your attending Dr.s are aware that you may have Hep C your chances are very low that you will pass it to your child. When my children were born back in the 80's I was not aware I had HepC, so no precautions were taken, both of my children contracted it, VERY unusual. My daughter has since had 2 children of her own, precautions were taken and both are hepC FREE!!
Good Luck to you on a your test coming back hepc free!
I think that when the Drs are aware you have nothing to really worry about.
As a side note, both of my children have lived their whole lives with Hepc and have not had any medical treatment related to that.
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