Hepatitis C - symptoms and how to test
The hepatitis C virus causes a liver illness known as hepatitis C. Exposure to contaminated blood is the primary means of transmission of hepatitis C. In most cases nowadays, the transmission of the hepatitis C virus occurs through sharing needles or other injecting equipment. People can get Hepatitis C virus through engaging in sexual conduct, having several partners, or having STDs.Those who have used the same razor, toothbrush, or other personal items as an HCV-infected member of their household. If you have concerns that you may have been exposed to hepatitis C or if you belong to one of the categories at greater risk for infection, you may want to consider being tested. It's possible to be infected with hepatitis C and have no idea it's there because of the lack of symptoms.