About Me: Male, 57, Las Vegas, NV, member since Jan 2013
Time to change this. True I was a GT3a. Completed 48 weeks of Interferon-alfa2a and Ribabvirin. All of which took its a toll on my life, would I change it? No, I would not, it was what I needed not only to slay the dragon, but also gain a greater insight as to who Iam,
[More] and which of those people places and things I used to carry around with to believe meant so much to me, most have fallen to the way side. In May 2012 I was told, "Do something about your liver, or you won't see your next birthday.!"
No treatment wasn't easy and as far as recovery from the tx....the laughs on me. I truly never in my wildest dreams thought tx was going to be a battle, never even considered anything such lingering sx let alone the possibility of having some forever. But is still very early in the game and everyday somethings get a little easier. But then to there is insight in that, "You can't unring bell wasn't it has been rung."
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