hey there i understand what u are going thru i feel the same way,and i have gone thru the same thing plenty of times,first off dont feel like a walking plague,u have hep c not aids,u cant spread it by kissing or anything like a hand shake...u can only spread it if u bleed and someone elses blood contacts urs and stays in their blood,,,,,dont look at it that way....look at it as it is treatable and youll be fine as long as u do stay with treatment...ur boyfriend is a great man for helping you out.i would also not suggest having sex on ur period cause of it cause u can spread it that way as well.but i know what u mean i dont tell anyone because i dont want anyone to judge me.bt it is part of me,so i midas well get used to it,and do what i can do now about it.but if u wanna chat ever hit me upView Thread
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