I do not believe there is any such thing as natural antibodies. It would mean you had to be exposed and beat it to have them inside. As for your wife hepc is not really sexually transmitted very easy if at all. Most of the people on here have very healthy relationships and their spouses are not infected so you cannot judge it that way. I thought because my children did not have it that i did not have it (their father did) but it turned out I did have the disease anyway...so you can never tell.
This is why I advise that you just take the test and get it over with. If you have the antibodies only that means you already beat the disease and that is about as good a result as you can ask for because it probably means your liver is in good shape and you don't even have to do the treatment - you can just forget all about it and go on with your life!
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