Congratulations! Glad to hear that your 12 weeks of treatment were successful. I am now in week 3 of Sovaldi/Olysio. Labs look much improved already. I'd just like to know how long ago you completed treatment, and if you are still SVR. Thanks for a reply!
You're in my thoughts all the time, but especially today.
Boy I have really hit a hard spot in treatment I cry at the the drop of a hat and I am so depressed. I am in FL visiting my daughter and grand baby and I'm depressed it's awful. All I want to do is sleep. If only regular people understood. Are you experiencing any of this.
Thanks for the note!
I'm just abou tfinished with my first month of triple oral therapy. I'll have repeat labs done on Tuesday. My problems on treatment are 2 so far: some jaundice from elevated bilirubin due to the Olysio, and some fatigue probably due to the ribavirin and drop in hemoglobin. Nothing that I can't work through, though.
Best to you if and when you start therapy!
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