These drugs are powerful. My husband lasted only 5 weeks on triple treatment because he had advanced liver disease. His liver decompensated following treatment and landed in the hospital for 7 weeks. It was a horrible experience. It took 5 months for him to feel better, Yet he does not regret doing it because the virus remained unquantifiable for 8 months until he got his transplant.
Hang in there. You will start to feel better but it will take time.
Everyone experiences different sets of side effects from this treatment. I had sx after tx that I didn't have during tx! They arrived about 3 months after I finished. Things are getting better now but it does take time.
Everyone is different in how their body reacts to the tx drugs.
My nurse kept telling me to be patient.
I am 7 months finished and am feeling better every day.
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