About Me: Male, 57, Orange Park, FL, member since Jan 2012
From my military medical file, appears HCV had been with me since 1977 or so. Confirmed 1988 (I know, I know this is impossible, but that is what my military records state). 2008 I not only began having serious symptoms, but the VL began skyrocketing. I'm 1A, liver b
[More]iopsy in 2009 stage 1, inflammation 1. In the process, appears I also have acquired chronic migraine, chronic pancreatitis, and now (in treatment) questionable Hasimotoes. Began Triple tx 2/2012 with Interferon, Riba and Vic. UND at 8 weeks.
I WILL conquer this. I'm fortunate in having a very able and knowledgeable wife who fights the dragons of medical care and dots all the i's and crosses the t's.
Just a quick note to say hi! Are you a kyacker? Just curious about your user name. Hang in there, week 8 and your just settling in. The best part of being on the other side of all this besides being UND?? Not having to run my day on pill time.
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