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Author Topic: Hep c testing window  (Read 5106 times)

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Offline Stressed74

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Hep c testing window
« on: September 03, 2015, 10:22:08 am »
Hello all,

I was possibly exposed to hep c in past months when a woman had preformed a rim job( placed her tongue on my anus) for a few min ties . The most uncomfortable thing . Anyway, I went in for a hep c blood test (anti body) at ten weeks and was wondering if a negative result is reliable ? i am pretty worried .

*not sure if she had any traces of blood in her mouth that may have infected me.

How accurate is a 10 week negative ?

Offline Lynnpyka

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Re: Hep c testing window
« Reply #1 on: September 08, 2015, 12:31:46 am »
It is extremely hard to get Hep C. It needs to be blood to blood to get it. Don't worry


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