C dating hepatitis
There is a small chance that a mother who is infected with the hepatitis C virus will pass the infection on to her baby. It's not thought that the virus can be passed on by a mother to her baby in her breast milk.
There's a small – approximately 1 in 30 – risk of getting hepatitis C if your skin is accidentally punctured by a needle used by someone with hepatitis C.
Hepatitis C may be transmitted during sex without using a condom (unprotected sex), although this risk is considered very low.
The infection can be spread by sharing needles and associated equipment.
Injecting yourself with just one contaminated needle may be enough to become infected.
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