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When you feel the stress and tension, take shallow rapid breaths and try to keep things as normal as possible. We know how terrifying it can be but for those of us who have lived with this a long time, we also know it doesn't help to panic. In fact, it only makes things worse. You will find little miracles all along this journey. So we hope you come back and let us know the updates. You both take good care. We'll be thinking of you. KinKrehb New Member 6 years on site 5 posts Your story is so much like mine. My husband of 4 Md junction hep c just found out he is Hep C positive.

We both have so many questions and are both scared. Any advice on how i can show him some support would be welcome. I happen to be 39 weeks pregnant so that has made things even scarier. Please know there will be weeks of tests to determine exactly where your husband stands as far as liver damage and treatment options and so there is time to sort everything out. I'm glad you found comfort in Nicole's situation, but she was not about to give birth, though we'd love to hear back from her as to how she is coping. I've always said to women in your same position, about to give birth, and especially in your situation where you were blindsided in a way, DO NOT put the spotlight on your husband's Hep C condition right now.

On the contrary, he will be able to carry on, and time is way more on his side. This is NOT the time to sort out his support needs. I know easier said than done, but that can come later. Certainly, you know the risk that high stress can cause just before delivery and so right now, as the mother-to-be, actually the ball is in your husband's court to delay his needs until after your baby is born and actually for quite a few months after your baby is born. He needs to step up and be the best supportive husband for you and your baby.

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You have such an important role to play in bringing your baby safely into Md junction hep c world, that it is not worth ONE day of stressing over your husband's junctionn situation. I implore you, and I think many others would agree, including you, that his Hep C condition MUST be put on the back burner for at least six months so that it does not taint or overshadow the beautiful birth of an innocent child nor you the mother Md junction hep c your immediate needs. I'm sorry jinction I sound heep one-minded about this, but I will never stray from my opinion. I am a mother and I have hep c so I know what I'm talking about. Please let us know you will do everything you can to make a pact with your husband to resolve only one major life change at a time.

It goes without saying that the major life change to be spotlighted here is your happiness and joy with the birth of your baby and the aftercare you deserve after 9 months of pregnancy. We will be here for your emotional support and when it's time, we can answer your questions about hep c and help you both unravel the mystery. Please let us know how everything goes. I wish I could reach out and give you a big hug from one Mom to another. You're very special to think about supporting your husband. There will be time, believe me there will be time. First of all, I really can't add much to ylangbrz's post - she said everything I would have. Take a deep breath, let it out slow, and trust me when I say "it's probably not as bad as you think".

We ALL freak out when we first hear the news I encourage you to read as much as you can here on the site. There's a lot of good info from people who have gone through way worse than me, and they can answer hopefully any questions you have.

We have Md junction hep c, because we don't know. My husband and I just finished Sydney moon gif treatment at the same time. I believe the sooner your husband gets treatment, the better his chances are of being the same. Please keep us informed how you both are doing, and don't hesitate to ask questions, because that's why we're here. Sorry it took me so junctiom to reply. It's a happy and healthy junctoon boy by the name of Maxxon Max! Hhep have done our best to enjoy hwp part of our lives and little Max makes it pretty easy to forget everything else in the world.

Unfortunately i had to take off iunction weeks from work and could not afford his doctors visit last Friday and had to cancel. We've both been trying to be healthier and it seems to be helping at least our state of mind. I've been through the liver biopsy and at least 4 additional blood tests and a liver scan. I wasn't ready last year to start and have now decided to start treatment. Meds arrived today and nurse called and I will be starting on Monday Oct 29th. It can lead to chronic liver diseases and therefore be life threatening too. It spreads through contaminated food, intercourse and exchange of bodily fluids like saliva, mucus or blood.

Safe and effective vaccinations are available for prevention of hepatitis B or HBV 2. Hepatitis C begins with mild symptoms but can cause liver cancer. It spreads through sexual contact or infected blood or needles. There are no vaccinations for hepatitis C or HCV yet 3. Here are the most common symptoms: Depending on the stage and severity of your condition, your doctor will suggest whether feeding is okay or not. In most cases, mothers affected with hepatitis can breastfeed. Hepatitis A does not transmit through breast milk. If you are suffering from Hepatitis A, your doctor will most likely give you the go ahead to breastfeed.

Usually doctors prescribe gamma globulin, a medicine safe for lactating mothers. Check with your doctor about the medication. Thinking can you breastfeed with hepatitis b? Well, if your doctor diagnoses you with hepatitis B, your baby will need to take a full set of immunization. The first immunization shot for your baby may be within 12 hours of birth. The next immunization will be between the first and second month. When your baby is between 9 and 18 months, your doctor will schedule certain tests to rule out infection. If you are suffering from hepatitis C, you may feel excessively tired. While HCV does not spread through breastfeeding, your doctor may advise you to stop it temporarily as a precautionary measure.

Cracked nipples can sometimes bleed and lead to the spread of the hepatitis infection 4. Use a safe and effective nipple soothing cream to prevent dryness and cracks. If you notice any cracks or bleeding in or around the nipple, stop breastfeeding.


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