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HEP C from eating women's butt?

Hi, can you please help me, can you get hep c or hep b from eatting a womens *******? sorry for being crass i am jus really scared i met a women and i had oral sex with her i licked her vagina and ******* and had anal sex then showered and had vaginal sex i am probably just stressing out the women was 29 and she was very beuatiful and did not have any tattoos or anything i am just worried because i read on reddit that hep c can be passed when a guy licks a girls butt or vagina please help me thx u godblesss
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i don know why it censored a s s h o l e by that i mean i licked her butt hole sry
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The words your looking for are anlingus and cunnilinigus as opposed for the word you chose which is considered to be a profanity. That is likely why it was censored.
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Hepatitis C is a blood borne virus. Hepatitis C infected blood must enter the blood stream of an uninfected person.

Hepatitis C is not spread via oral sex. Also if the person does not have hepatitis C they cannot transmit a virus they do not have. Is it possible you could ask your partner their hepatitis  C status?

Only about 3% of the US population has hep c so your odds of meeting someone infected with hep c is relatively low.

https://www.cdc.gov/hepatitis/hcv/cfaq.htm#B3
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“ How is hepatitis C spread?
The hepatitis C virus is usually spread when someone comes into contact with blood from an infected person. This can happen through:

►Sharing drug-injection equipment.

Today, most people become infected with hepatitis C by sharing needles, syringes, or any other equipment used to prepare and inject drugs.

►Birth.

Approximately 6% of infants born to infected mothers will get hepatitis C.

►Healthcare exposures.

Although uncommon, people can become infected when health-care professionals do not follow the proper steps needed to prevent the spread of bloodborne infections.

►Sex with an infected person.

While uncommon, hepatitis C can spread during sex, though it has been reported more often among men who have sex with men.

►Unregulated tattoos or body piercings.

Hepatitis C can spread when getting tattoos or body piercings in unlicensed facilities, informal settings, or with
non-sterile instruments.

►Sharing personal items.

People can get infected from sharing glucose monitors, razors, nail clippers, toothbrushes, and other items that may have come into contact with infected blood, even in amounts too small to see.

►Blood transfusions and organ transplants.

Before widespread screening of the blood supply in 1992, hepatitis C was also spread through blood transfusions and organ transplants. Now, the risk of transmission to recipients of blood or blood products is extremely low.

Hepatitis C is not spread by sharing eating utensils, breastfeeding, hugging, kissing, holding hands, coughing, or sneezing. It is also not spread through food or water.”
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HEP C (HCV) is highly unlikely transmitted by analingus. However HAV & HBV (along with other diseases can). If you insist on "Bobbing for Kernels), I would suggest getting the HAV & HBV Vaccines.
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