Experts say toothbrushes may be contaminated with blood. People with mouth ulcers and bleeding gums are more likely to get blood on their toothbrushes. Most people don’t share toothbrushes, but some don’t care. Make rules for yourself: stick to your toothbrush.
To prevent hepatitis C, we must also pay attention to anti-drug.
In general, the rate of sexual transmission of hepatitis C is very low. But when there are multiple partners, the chance of infection increases. So for your own safety, it is best to use a condom.
Instead of sharing the syringe, use your own items such as razors, toothbrushes and nail clippers to reduce the risk of infection. However, as long as there is blood, there is a risk of hepatitis C infection. Therefore, it is best not to share the razor with others every day.
Go to a suitable place to get a tattoo
Tattoos and piercings are not a high-risk activity for hepatitis C infection. However, if the syringe or other syringe is not properly sterilized and has been used by people infected with the disease, it may cause blood-borne diseases such as hepatitis B, hepatitis C or AIDS.