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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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replied February 27th, 2017
Your prior infections will not affect the current test results.

HCV is transmitted primarily through large or repeated percutaneous (i.e., passage through the skin) exposures to infectious blood.

Though Hep C can be transmitted via sexual intercourse with a infected person, the transmission rates are lower compared to other modes of infection (IV Drug use, Needle stick injuries, etc).

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