About Me: Male, 40, Switzerland, member since Oct 2009
male,from europe switzerland.
genotype 1a,hep-c diagnosed 94.
[More] 1999 tx with interferion(3xweek) and ribavirin,failed(null respondet)
biopsy 2008, f3(metavir)
2008 tx with soc and failed, partial respondet
2011 december -2012 november triple tx with incivek UND from week 4-48.now waiting
for the post tx pcrs and hope for SVR.
Hi Rexx, you haven't posted for about a week now and I'm wondering how you are doing. I hope your doctors have at least figured out exactly what is wrong, and that you've been able to make some progress towards recovery. Best wishes!
Just a quick note to say hi!
Just read your post. I didn't do 48 weeks but my last 3 weeks were brutal all the same (I think we know its almost over), sometimes I think even worse than incivek period. I was so fatigued, I couldn't hardly walk down my hallway or to my vehicle. I cried all of the time, was so cranky, I was so down, I really did just want to stop taking the meds. I balled my eyes out my last two shots. But I made it and you will too. Somehow we find even more inner stregth to push through. Good luck and just want to say you're stronger than you can imagine.
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