take liposomal vitamin c 5 sachests equal to 5gr of vit c daily and then check if counts rise
also start immediately melatonin 20-40mg daily and see if this works, it does on me taking counts to high normal range but i am not on interferon
lipo vit c can be found on:
melatonin any supermarket, pharmacy
in italian pharmacies you may find injectable vitamin c too, you need to inject 50gr daily but i have no idea if injectable vit C needs prescriptions and the doses available as injection, liposomal is the most easy one to do this
normal vit c doesn t work for this because it stays in the stomach and makes diarrea
yes lower doses of intf have less results, better increase counts to stay on max dose
gcmaf, for example, as effect on bone marrow too and probably able to keep high counts but that's too expensive to even think about it, let' try cheaper ways like i said in previous post, melatonin and vit c may work
at this point hbsag is the main test and if you like hbeag too (anti E non necessary) but use always same lab and be sure they use abbott architect, no other machines so you know for sure everything is correct
also in my case they want same lab or their lab all the time
i'm now at week 32 and injecting 90mg pega/week and tdf pill daily ,due to very low wbc and platelets count.. so docs are wondering if go on 90 or 135..
point is i m still eag+ and eab- no hbs decrease at weeks 12 and 24 so it seems i could stop it according to the guidelines.. but docs want me to go on.. i do not have any big side (only some hair thinning and nervousness but so far so good) so this is not an issue for me.
latest blodd test show ALT 47 and GGT 56 increasing by 15/20pt since last time... that's strange..
My WBC is low but at ok level for 180 mcg ifn. Here is my daily activity that might help. I drink a cup of fresh vegetable juice first thing every morning; take 4000 to 6000 iu of Vit D3 daily; 30 minutes light (walk, stretch) to medium (light weight, kicking) exercise
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