i am hepc genotype 1a and in treadment since 3 mounths . my doc dalling me too day telling me that my wbc is very down and if i would stop the treadment . no way 3 almost 4 mounths i am on i dont will give up. i have 9 mounyhs left for tx . should i ask my doc for neuro??? ty for ur time spending writing that
god bless you
I saw your post about neuropathy, I have had similar pattern to yours although now mine is back and not leaving its been two years with PN sympotms, they are increasing in frequency and magnitude. I am about 8 years post TX and SVR. I am in good hands with a great Neuro. Just wondering how you are fairing at this point?
I had a similar experience to you, with a sore throat, white coating, and raised anxiety levels (caused by the virus). Pins and needles in the legs also. Full details are here on my blog:
Post a comment on my blog if you want to chat.
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