Just a quick note to say hi!
Everyone is different. You can't expecdt to know anything about what will happen when yo compare your reaction to someone else's. Some people breeze through treatment and others have a very hard time. Good luck and I hope you have an easy ride.
Just a quick note to say hi! I'm worried about how long it takes before you get sick from side effects since i didn't have a bad reaction as of yet and i'm a week into pegasys & copegus treatment and some people say they get extremely sick from the first shot: is this true? How did your shots affect you so i may know a bit of what to expect?
Thank you for everything! I appreciate the quick response!!!!!!! I just hope things turn around in the near future. I continuously pray hoping god will continue to keep him protected from any other illnesses and that he allows him to see me through college. But if not I know god has better plans for him up there. But it still doesn't help the fact that it's so hard to deal with.
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