Finished triple therapy tx on thursday. Have been und since 4 weeks on vic. Have anemia but elected not to take any rescue drugs. What a sense of freedom. No shots,.no pills, no schedule to adhere to. Looking forward to getting my energy and breath back. ..... To all of you who are starting tx is tough but doable. Dont let ur fears take over. To those.of u still on tx remember there is and end in sight and when u achieve it is a great feeling. To everyone on this forumn, thank you so much forn your information and responses to any questions I might have had. The information here was the best and the support.invaluable. These drugs are strong but effective and are helping more and more.of.us achieve svr. God bless us all and continue to help.us with this battle
nice going aj!....keep us posted on how your doing.....i didn't take any procrit post tx....it took about 6 weeks to get feeling really good..of course a few days after tx i started feeling much better...and 3 months post tx was even better...i don't think i'll end up with long term tx symptoms... proof that bad symptoms during tx doesn't mean on going problems from tx...in fact i think i'll be way better then before tx..i can feel my muscles building up a little...haven't had that for years...it feels great.... .good luck.....billy
EXTREMELY HAPPY FOR YOU AJ!!! You and I have held each other up through this process. You had a much rougher ride than me and I pray that you will feel much, much better real soon, so you can celebrate!!!
What wonderful news!! I am new to this forum but congratulations to all of you who have finished treatment or are about to finish!
To those of us still in treatment - keep on fighting the good fight. Be encouraged by the stories from above. There is an end in sight!
To those of you about to start treatment - best of luck to you and return to this forum for support. Like I said, I'm new - but I can already see that the hope, support, and encouragement offered is priceless!
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