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Hepatitis C via sexual encounter

Hello.. I just wondering about a posssible exposure to the Virus (HCV) having unprotected Sex ( it wasn't traumatic sex) also I take a Test after 9 weeks of possible exposure.. for Both types (HBV/HCV)
the results came negative..
when could be the right time..?
Thank you
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2061362 tn?1353283118
HCV is blood to blood, sex is not an efficient way of spreading HCV. You have posted on this before. If you are still worried, get tested again.
317787 tn?1473362051
Hello Hep C is not transmitted through sex, it is through blood to blood transmission.
If the tests were negative you are doing great
Good luck
1563533 tn?1345369896
Hep C is only passed through blood not semen, if the sex was normal and not anal or rough then you can X Hep C off the list, as for Hep A&B im not sure.
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