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question on hepatitis b/c transmission due to sores in mouth

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Doctors thanks for your work, I have a question on hepatitis b/c. Can I get hepatitis due to sucking of brest that could be bleeding not noticeable but may be. Also kindly explain the chances of transmission due to sores in mouth. I have dark greenish light brown combo urine in the mornings but rest of day it is light diluted colorless green due to drinking water, I am taking also b complex tabs. Reply greatly appreciated. Thanks a lot in advance. I made a mistake which I regret.

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replied March 21st, 2015
Sexually Transmitted Diseases Answer A51517
Hello and Welcome

I appreciate your concern

If there were sores in the mouth and the breast surface was breached then there is a chance of transmission of hepatitis B/C. To be more sure you may ask for Hepatitis B surface antigen and HCV Antibody by ELISA as screening tests to look for transmission evidence. B complex tablets can alter urine color and the urine concentration is also affected by the amount of water intake. You may get a urine R/E done to see for any pus cells or RBCs as evidence of UTI.

wishing you best of health


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