No problem and good luck to you going forward. I believe Dr Gish travels to Las Vegas himself to meet patients; he’s considered one of the top liver docs in the U.S., if not the world. It sounds like you’re going to have a bit of a drive ahead of you, and it might get difficult during treatment. Do you have someone that can drive you to LV if necessary? If not, you might ask CPMC if they can act as consult to a local doc, saving you the trip. If I can help in any way, don’t hesitate to contact me—
Hello Your Welcome You will over the time find good answers here from caring people I have two good sources here that do not post much but I get their advice and I would be on tx now without much chance of SVR without them So I have some things to do before I can tx I have many symptoms almost like being on Tx because I have had the virus so long almost 45 years most of my life I am 62 So many times Miss Diagnosed and finally this past summer I found out so it was a relief and scarry but with the help here and other forums I am doing the right things
to take care of myself You are lucky to find good doctors Best of Luck to you Just don't be hasty to jump into tx get all the facts as tx can be devistating to your body and mind you need to do a lot of research and ask questions
Read your post "Wanting to Start a Family" on the expert (doctor) forum. I didn't want to post a reply there, but I think if you posted the same question on the Hepatitis C Forum or Hepatitis C Social Community, you are likey to get more responses. There is a well-known HCV doctor in Las Vegas, Dr. Gish. He might be a good resource. Good luck!
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