What is Hepatitis B
Most people with chronic hepatitis B have no symptoms
Having sex with an infected person without a condom.
Share needles with an infected person.
Share personal items like razors or toothbrushes with an infected person.
Get a tattoo or piercing with tools that were not cleaned well.
Passed through birth.
Get a hepatitis B vaccine.
Don't have sex.
Don't share needles.
Don't share toothbrushes or razors.
Wear a condom.
Wear gloves when you have to touch blood.
Hepatitis B vaccine.
Increasing your risk of getting hepatitis B includes:
Being sexually active
Having more than one sex partner
Having a job where you have to handle blood