yes I am finally starting to feel good again. Hgb went to normal level quickly after EOT. and it felt great. But I do feel, like you, that my concentration is weaker than before, and my memory as well. I feel tired and need naps, but overall I feel much much better and am happy that I reached SVR. You ended treatment before me? I ended in the mid of July. But you had a longer treatment course than I? There you go: I don't remember anylonger...lol.
Hope you will be better with time.
Big hugs from over here :)
Hi Sherpie! I'm doing fine :) no more pain, no more fatigue, no more brain fog! It's amazing how fast our bodies can recover from this. I was so down that I just stopped believing I was ever gonna be ok again. But now, 9 weeks post tx, I feel almost 100% back to normal. What I might still struggle with is my mood swings..but I feel mostly fine. And what a relief to finally be over this treatment. How are you?
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