If the situation had been reversed, would you have been upfront with him?
For me, I didn't know I had it, so my husband didn't have to 'deliberate' about whether he was with me through thick or thin.
I would date someone with hcv, but I'd use protection. The first step in protecting your online privacy is creating a safe password - i.e.My response to her was that it didn't matter that she didn't have hcv and that I would accept as she was.Sexual transmssion is uncommon to the extent that the CDC does not advise condoms for monagamous couples.If you see a potential future with this partner I would advise you to take reasonable precautions but not worry unduly about becoming infected via sexual contact. jd I totally agree with jd, use precautions and that way you don't have to worry about it.
I've been carrying around this virus for about 20 years or so and my husband was tested and shows that he was exposed to the Hep C virus although his liver functions are all within the normal range. Is he going to do the treatment, does he have any symptoms or had a liver biopsy? We were married about 15 years before I even found that I had hcv.
BTW, you also have a chance of contracting HCV from electrolysis, the dentist's office or professional manicures, along with more typically known transmission routes.
Being single, and having just gone through a fairly difficult tx, I can tell you that I won't be having unprotected sex with anyone that hasn't been tested for hcv and hiv both. Two or three people out of 100 is too high when you're one of those two or three people.
He was diagnosed about 4 years ago but has never taken the medicine for treatment.
I've done much research online, and really my only concern is becoming infected via sex. From what I've read online, there is a 0%-5% chance of being infected this way. Sexual transmission is theoretically possible, particularly if the sex is rough and involves tissue tearing.
I do not know what order they come in for you, but most of the time dating is first.