Just a quick note to say hi!She is in denial,Has had some tests but really in the start of finding out.They have been trying to control other things like her gallblater,high blood preasure(removed almost gang green)Dr appts. in the clinic take so long.
she dosn't seem to be trying or is very scared.she has known she has had it for at least 3yrs and still we are in square one.
Last night her BF called and said she had a fever and was going to try to convince her to go to hospital.She is babbling and making no sense when she talks.Please pray for her,her name is Lydia and she is a wonderful loving human being.
Peace to you and God bless,Lisa
Hi sfw.. I live in Va and not far from you. I have just been diagnosed with HEPC and I have all sorts of ugly things rearing thru my head. Can I ask what tx means? Ihave genotype 1 which I understand is the hardest to control. I have not started any treatment yet so there are tons of questions. Thanks for reading this and hopefully, you will respond. Hope you are well and I hear from you soon.
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