Did you have a viral breakthrough? I thought you were undetectable.
I am in week 21 so will continue with the Peg. and Riba for 27 more weeks (finished Inc. Dec. 18th). I don't think I will have a viral breakthrough but it is possible I could relapse after treatment. Hope not, but cannot get too oversure.
I truly wish we would all reach SVR and hopefully most of us will.
Congratulations on finishing treatment. Now for SVR. BTW, l like your photo of cave art horses (or maybe aboriginal art?). I visited the caves at Lascaux, Font du Gaume, and Les Combarelles and loved the beautiful cave paintings and art.
So glad to hear it's going well for you TDM62. My husband had a treatment that involved daily injections of infergen (a type of interferon) and 1400 mg of ribavirin last year. I think he feels this one (triple) is much more do-able for him. Take care.
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