Hepatitis C is spread by contact with an infected person's blood. You can't it through casual contact such as hugging, kissing, sharing food or drink, etc., but you should avoid sharing toothbrushes. You can read more about how to protect others from hep C here . If your doctor prescribes medications for chronic hep C, they are used for 6 months to a year and help your body get rid of the virus. You can read more about hep c treatment here .
Hepatitis B is spread through contact with the blood and body fluids of an infected person, so sharing a toothbrush is a risk factor. Antiviral medicine is used if the virus is active and you are at risk for liver damage. Medicine slows the ability of the virus to multiply. You can read more about hep b treatment here .
Have you talked with your doctor about this ongoing outbreak? He/She may have some suggestions as to what might best help you. This article gives some suggestions on how to speed us the healing process including keeping the area clean. Here are some other articles that you might find helpful that deal with things like medications and alternative treatments. Please let us know how you are doing!View Thread
Have you been back to your doctor? If not, I think it would be a good idea to speak with him about why this keeps coming back and how long you are expected to have to use the cream for -- or the possibility that your rash is being caused by something else. Please let us know what you find!View Thread
This article has some suggestion on how to prepare to tell your partner that you have genital herpes. It outlines things like making sure you have information on hand for them and choosing the right setting. Hope this helps!View Thread
These FAQs about genital herpes have a lot of good information about when you are most contagious, what you should tell your partner, and if it is safe for you to have sex without passing on the infection.View Thread
Here is some information on jock itch that contains some treatment options you might try. If you don't feel what you are experiencing matches the symptoms above, it may be a good idea to schedule another appointment to see if maybe something was missed. Please let us know how you are doing.
You are doing the right thing by going to see your doctor. Only a medical professional can diagnose you after an examination and/or STD screening. Does the girl that you slept with have an STD? If not, then it is unlikely that is what your symptoms indicate unless you have been intimate with anyone else. Please let us know how you are doing.