read carefully all tests to monitor during therapy and time for the tests.thyroid function, renal function, liver function tests
platlets are tollerable as low as 25.000-30.000, less discontinue or have a specialist use drugs to boost it
neutrophils are tollerable as low as 0.5-0.7, less discontinue or have a specialist use drugs to boost it
thyroid, tsh,t3,t4 and thyroid auto-antibodies
discontinue if hyperthyroidism happens, very rare
hypothyroidism does not require to stop peg but a specialist is needed and t3 or t4 hormones used according to specilist indication
Just had my 24th inj
Phase I complete (6 months)
Phase II starts next week (6 months of pegasys)
dividing it in parts will help psychologically
when to repeat HBsAg quantitative
- 2 months
- 3 months
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