See your duplicate question and my answer from Jun 12th.
If hepatitis c infected blood should enter the blood stream of an uninfected person from an open fresh weeping injury there could be a small risk of transmission. The only way to know is wait 12 weeks post exposure and have the hep c antibody test.
Asking the same question multiple times won’t change the answer there is in way to know if you are at risk especially if you don’t know the hep c status of the other person. If they do not have hep c you are not at risk. If they do have hep c and their blood did not enter your blood stream you are not at risk.
If they do have hep s and their blood did enter your blood stream your risk would be less than 1.8% of contracting hep c. A health care worker who should experience an accidental needle stick involving a patient with known hep c is about 1.8% so yours would be somewhat less as the blood wasn’t injected under your skin.
But the only way to know is to be tested in 12 weeks unless you can learn the hep c status of the other person.
Your question “if he has hep C this means i'm infected?”
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