About Me: Female, 45, Austin, TX, member since Aug 2012
I have hep c and have had it for 15 years. First major bouts of liver pain....stitches/ tearing radiating up and out startted 10 years ago w/ monthly bouts lasting 2 to 10 days. No pain for about 4 years until last year or so, started getting "my side pain" every few mo
[More]nths with the last one lasting 3 weeks or so w/ acute pain in the first few days..can't lie down, bend over or take in deep breaths....This *****. I wish I was getting this because I was in treatment but I'm not in treatment. Tried getting on a free trial (*no insurance...*) but I had the wrong genome for their tests...my genome, doc said:" Asian strain: rare but easily treatable...." I am up now, middle of the night now w/ the worst tearing pain but have found a sitting up position and if I'm still, I can type.
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