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    Hep B and C From Protected Sexual Encounter
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    kilo812 posted:
    Hi,

    I had a protected sexual encounter with a CSW. Involved protected oral and vaginal sex. I got tested for HIV and it came back negative 14 weeks after encounter.

    For the last 4 weeks I have had frequent bowl movements and indigestion. Could this be related to Hep B and C. I get bloated feeling after eating and have 3 to 4 bowl movements at time.

    Vaginal fluid did come in contact with my finger with Eczema cuts whilst removing the condom.

    Many Thanks
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    georgiagail responded:
    Your frequent bowel movement and indigestion are not symptoms of either Hepatitis B nor C.

    Gail


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