Hi Ali - No, alcohol won't cause a relapse; nothing will. Reinfection is possible. I see from your post that your doctor's concerned about the PCR at EOT (I'm guessing he's checking in case it was a false negative for UND).. This is very unlikely. Your ALT and AST aren't hugely elevated, and hopefully he will do another test in a month to 6 weeks; they can increase because of other issues i.e. the liver can have trouble coping with a stomach bug or virus, gall bladder etc. Did he test you for Hep A? and have you been vaccinated for A and B? Try not to worry; I'm sure you don't still have HVC after slaying that dragon when you did. But hugs and prayers for an early diagnosis and I hope you're feeling better very soon.
Hello Alijee of course I remember you! I hope you are doing well and are fully recovered from treatment! I am glad to see you are back. I was off the forum for a little while myself but now I am back to see old friends. I am glad to see you are too. :)
Hi, of course I remember you! I'm glad to hear from you and hope you are doing well. I myself am doing great, glad to have this chapter behind me and really think of it quite seldom. It's refreshing, after having been so immersed in the whole thing. I feel fortunate that I am healthy and happy. :-)
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