My blood test came back saying that it was indeterminate for Hep C. I had another blood test today, what are the chances that it's going to be positive? I already have Herpes 2. And i had glandular fever 2 years ago, so could either of these factors impact the result?
I've been with my boyfriend for 10 months, he tested negative in July, what are the chances i could have it and not have passed it on? or what are the chances that i could have given it to him?
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