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What You Should Know about Hepatitis B An overview. HBV is a virus that infects the liver. ... Transmission. Hepatitis B is transmitted in much the same way as HIV: It's spread when the blood, semen, vaginal fluids, or other body fluids of an HBV-infected person gets into ... Testing. ... Vaccination. ... Treatments. ... Conclusions. ...What are the risk factors of hepatitis B?
Poor sanitation and poor hygiene increase the risk. Hepatitis B and C are spread mainly through infected blood, semen, or other body fluids. Hepatitis A outbreaks have been traced to eating contaminated fresh fruits, vegetables, and salads. Wash produce well before eating, even if you plan to peel it.Can Hep B be transmitted through saliva?
But hep b can be passed through saliva although the main methods are blood and sexual bodlily fluids the chance is low and contagios rare but the virus is present in the saliva so you must get the vaccine to be 100% sure. the most contagious are people in the immune tollerant state who have from millions to billions of hbv in the blood.