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If i have a liver disease can i infect other peoples by drinking with same cup or can i infect my partner by sleeping with him without using a protection?

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Liver disease, in and of itself, is not contagious. If the Liver is diseased as a result of the Hepatitis C virus which IS contagious.... That's your answer. I hope that makes sense!
New medications for hepatitis are available now. Many people show no signs of the disease after the eight week treatment. Good luck!!

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SOURCE: Do drinking fountains easily infect one person with other peoples' contagious diseases?

When drinking fountains were first created they used to shoot "water one inch straight into the air, creating a bubbling texture, and the excess water" used to run "back down over the sides of the nozzle" (wikipedia) This was definitely an easy way to convey deseases. However, after a while, the production of drinking fountains started adopting an arc projection, which made it easier for the person to drink and made it more sanitary. Nowdays the jet of water goes as far as four inches in order to avoid infections and bacterial transmission.

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Idiopathic leg cramps

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When drinking fountains were first created they used to shoot "water one inch straight into the air, creating a bubbling texture, and the excess water" used to run "back down over the sides of the nozzle" (wikipedia) This was definitely an easy way to convey deseases. However, after a while, the production of drinking fountains started adopting an arc projection, which made it easier for the person to drink and made it more sanitary. Nowdays the jet of water goes as far as four inches in order to avoid infections and bacterial transmission.

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