NO risk, I feel for your girlfriend all the way around. I wish her luck...
Let me just say that my husband has had Hep C since 1979 when he received blood transfusions for bleeding ulcers. We did not find out he had Hep C until 2010. We had a monogamous relationship for all of those years (31 years) and we used no special precautions for anything since we did not know he had the virus.
I have been tested twice for Hep C. Both tests came back negative.
I really don't think you have ANYTHING to worry about based on your descriptions. Truly, I am not judging or trying to insult you, but I think if you plan on sticking with your girlfriend you need to educate yourself a little more on Hep C. She needs your support not your fear.
Best of luck to you both.
I just found out last fall that I had hepc, probably have had it for 33+ years, got it from an old boyfriend, IV drug play in the 70s. Since then, I got married, and my husband of 30 years has never gotten it, has been a blood donor for years, nor my daughter. I think you are probably safe.
No risk for hep c at all! I'd be more worried about the cold sore if she were my girlfriend.
If you married this girl and had a bunch of kids the chances of you getting hep c from her would be far less than 1%. You could bring this chance down to 0 if you never share toothbrushes, razors, tweezers etc. There may also be a very small chance of spreading the virus through unprotected anal sex. But I wouldn't worry about it.
I'd be way more worried about the cold sore. That's herpes bro.
I think you know the answer to this stuff by the few posts you have made. You seem to get into predicaments and then want to know if there is a chance of infection. If you are so worried you should not want to be around what you think are risky things. I am like Nan we need support and people to be educated not worried about their involvement with us. I do not think anyone with hep would put you in a risky postion unless they have a drug problem and do not care. Some of us had to learn the hard way, you have a chance to get educated before that happens.