About Me: Male, 66, Sautee, GA, member since Feb 2009
I AM A RETIRED LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER WAS DISABLED DUE TO A DUTY RELATED ILLNESS. I LOVE LIFE AND WANT TO HELP ANY ONE I CAN I BRAIN STORM ON MOST SUBJECTS. I LIKE HIKING AND LIVING IN THE NORTH GA MOUNTAINS. I HOPE FOR CHANGE IN SOME POLITICAL POLICIES BECAUSE WE ALL
[More] SUFFER. BUT MOST DO NOT REALIZE IT.
Just a quick note to say hi!
Hello, I read your post about post tx. sife effects and wanted to tell you I am an RN and I had to stop working 1 year ago. I treated 48 wks. 2005-2006. I am SVR but just never recovered from the tx. When I see post about people with problems like I have it makes me more convinced that we have many people that have long term problems. My gastro told me everyone he has treated gets back to normal within 3 months. It has been 3 years for me. I was very active and could do more than my daughter before tx. Would you share any info you have??
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