About Me: Male, Amherst, NY, member since Oct 2012
67 yr old Army Veteran with Hep C 2a/2c, Sleep Apnea, heart problems (4 stents Aug 2012
I was infected in 1980 non A non B
[More] Genotype 2a/2c
2012 biopsy Grade 2 Stage 2
2013 FS-ACTIVITY GRADE* (V2) A3 - Severe activity
FS-FIBROSIS STAGE* (V2) F3 - Bridging fibrosis many septa
Treatment naive - was offered PEG/RBV 24w 2008 2012 but declined treatment
4-3-2014 Started tx SOV/RBV 12 weeks
6-25-2014 Completed tx
See journal for more details
Just a quick note to say hi and ask you if at wk 4 you experienced general malaise. I have no energy. Feels like I'm back on Tx.
I'm getting frustrated at times because I don't have the energy boost like I had when I was treating. Thnx deb
hi! Sir, i just read ur condition and just want to know if that is related to my condition hbsag reactive..i really confused about my condition, i already go 3x to clinic in 2 months but still reactive.. i dont what to do now..do u have any advice to me..coz i cant work in my condition..thnx GOD Blessed.
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