Most of us got out shots for Hep A, an B Them are the ones u can get from kissing Im pretty sure but Hep C No you can't get hep from Kissing in fact it is very rare to give it to ur partner even if she is on her period but I wouldn't take the chance especially if she is on her Rag, hep c is transmitted there blood to blood contact it pretty hard to get as long as ur not using drugs most women who are pregnet an have hep c won't transmit it to her baby so pretty much stay away from drugs an durty needles in fact if u area heavy drug user u can give it to ur self by useing the same needle over an over again an if you get a tatoo make sure its a laget place an even know it is rare don't sare tooth brushes nail clippers or razors with anyone just to be on the safe side , I hope I helped
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