Just a quick note to say hi! thanks for your response, i didnot think those were your teeth lol. . i am currently on pegasys riba combo my viral load was 1,156,203u/ml. pretreatment now at 12 weeks it is 2, 304u/ml. not sure i should try something else. see my doctor next week, i do not think he plans on checking viral load again til 6months. thank you for your invatation i will be in touch. mary ann
Just a quick note to say hi! no offense but the picture you have posted looks like someone with dental problems, the reason i say this is i have always had good teeth, since going on tx my teeth hurt all the time i am afraid i am going to lose some , before this is all over. how long have you been on tx and why did they choose interferen for you? thanks mary ann
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Sunshines hello, this is trewq, thank you for supporting me!!!
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