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Can u get hepatitis if someone who has it drinks alcohol from same glass?
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Dr. Alan Wartenberg
Addiction Medicine
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In brief: No (not generally)
Neither hepatitis b or c can be transmitted through casual contact.
Very few, if any, viral particles are in saliva. If the person had a bloody mouth, for whatever reason, and you took appreciable quantities of blood infected fluid from the glass, there would be a remote possibility of hepatitis b, and an even remoter possibility of hepatitis c. Hepatitis a (infectious hep) can be spread though.

In brief: No (not generally)
Neither hepatitis b or c can be transmitted through casual contact.
Very few, if any, viral particles are in saliva. If the person had a bloody mouth, for whatever reason, and you took appreciable quantities of blood infected fluid from the glass, there would be a remote possibility of hepatitis b, and an even remoter possibility of hepatitis c. Hepatitis a (infectious hep) can be spread though.
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