My mom was diagnosed with Hepititus C last week, she had been showing symptoms for a very long time, but never went to the doctor about it because she thought she was just having symptoms of getting old.
After she got these red places on her legs that hurt, she went to the doctor, they did blood tests, and other tests, and told her she had Hepitius C, and could have gotten it from a blood transfusion from years ago.
My question is, how contagious is this? and how easy would it be for her to pass this to someone else from contact?
I heard that you can get it just by eating her food that she cook, now my daughter in law is afraid to go to mom's for Christmas and eat.
Asked by Anonymous at 6:22 AM on Oct. 25, 2013 in Health
Seriously?! I think you need to educate yourself a bit on this. It's not like catching a cold. Try WebMD or Google.
Answer by mrsmom110 at 6:35 AM on Oct. 25, 2013
Here- please read up on this & tell the family not to treat your mom like some sort of ogre. She needs the support & love of her family right now.
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