Here are some things to keep in mind when it comes to your blood from someone who is infected with hepatitisC.1.
What’s in your blood?
Hepatitis C transmission can happen anywhere in your body.
The most common source of transmission is when blood is in contact with infected tissue, such as your body’s organs, or from people who have had unprotected sex.
Transmission can also happen when blood has been contaminated with blood products that are commonly used for transfusions, such that the blood can spread to your body, which can result in blood clots and other blood-related complications.
Some blood products are also used for other things, such for injection.2.
What is the infection with hepatitis?
Hepatocellular hepatitis (HCV) is a type of blood infection that causes inflammation and other problems in your liver.
When HCV infection occurs in the liver, it causes liver damage and is the leading cause of cirrhosis and liver cancer.
HCV is transmitted through unprotected sexual contact.3.
What can I do to prevent HCV from spreading?
First, you should avoid getting blood from people you don’t know or who have an infection with HCV.
This includes people who: are younger than 18 years old