sharing shavers,needles,blood products,or just unlucky
You may want to educate yourself regarding hepatitis C and modes of transmission. Here are some good websites:
#1 way to get it is IV Drug Use ---- sharing needles
and back before they tested the blood supply, alot of people got it if they were given blood in the hospital for some reason
its a blood to blood thing, infected blood has to come in contact with your blood so its very specific... its not an easy thing to 'catch'
My husband died of alcohol related hepatitis.
The hospital treated his liver but not the patient. My husband had a chance of living until he went into the hospital.
If any of you have questions about a loved one with hepatitis I am an expert.
I want to help others that might be going through what i went through and I wish I had been better educated.
There is a difference between having hepatitis-which is inflammation of the liver and having hepatitis C.
Hepatitis C is a blood borne infection that is spread through blood to blood contact. Here are some websites to help you further.