Genotype 1a, Failed dual therapy treatment in 2000 as a partial responder. Started Incivek Triple therapy in January 2012, 48weeks total treatment. Undetected viral load at 4 weeks, 12 weeks, 24 weeks, 48 weeks,12 weeks post treatment, and 6 months post treatment. SVR!
Thank you ,most timesI fell everything is such struggle so I try to do as little as possible.Appointments one per week and some things last minute.
on the forum I think I sound like a whining little baby!Must be something there if you think I am making progress.Thank You and many blessings to you.
Thanks! I think the prednisone will help a lot. Today, after the first dose, is the first day in over five weeks, that I have not sat in the house scratching all day. ;) I can still 'feel' it, but no intense itching. As I said in one of my posts, I hope my doctor has learned from this for future patients' sakes.
Thanks for the note.
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