Hiya - I'm hoping your body is starting to give you some good days - little by little :-). I got my4 week PCR done and the results came in at VL<15IU. I don't know if they do more sensitive tsts here but my specialist said it was a fantastic result and was virtually UND (whatever that means). Anyway, I AM responding; I hope the neuts and hgb will let me go the full course. Hope all is well with you. Thks for the encouragement
Hey Uplink - what does nearly done with tx mean??? Have you finished your course?? If so, I want to be the first to congratulate you for getting through. Thanks for the post on the super responders. I printed off your link to take it into my specialist (they won't even do a 4 week PCR here on the 24 week treatment), so I'm hoping I can push for the 4 weeker to asskst my motivation :-). Best wishes and prayers for your outcome.
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