About Me: Female, 58, Portland, OR, member since Nov 2012
I live in Portland, Oregon and guess that I was exposed to Hep C in the early 80's. I was diagnosed in March 2011 but my Dr. wouldn't treat me until I seriously addressed my depression issues. I'm genotype 3a, grade 2, stage 2. I started INF and Riba on 1/25/13 and t
[More]reated for 48 weeks. After being undetected 12 weeks into treatment, I was detected four weeks post treatment. I'm single and have a grown daughter and two beautiful granddaughters. Finding this forum has been a lifesaver for me.
Welcome to Medhelp, and thank you so much for the wonderful note that you left for me, it really just made my week!!!!
I too have HepC, along with my husband and have found the support on here to be amazing. I'm glad you've found the HepC community. Best wishes with your hepatic issues. You're not alone.
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