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Question :
Can blood diseases be transferred by sexual contact?

Answer :
1) Blood diseases like porphyria, sickle cell anemia, hemophilia, and thalassemia? Yes, IF that sexual contact leads to a pregnancy, your offspring may indeed "catch" it, in a genetic sense. Can those diseases be passed to a sexual partner? NO.

2) Blood-bourne infections like HIV, Hepatitis C, syphilis, schistosomiasis, malaria, Dengue, Ebola, African sleeping sickness, and Chaga's disease? Yes, although some, like hepatitis C, are much more easily by sexual contact than the others, any disease for which the causative organism circulates in the blood could theoretically be spread by sexual contact.
 
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