This is my first missed dose in 14+ weeks. Lately I'm in bed by 9 PM a lot and I set my alarm for 11 PM to take my 4 caps with a snack. A couple days ago I got up, had my snack and went back to bed still half asleep. In the morning, there were the 4 Victrelis caps. I forgot to take them. How important is this?
i was on incivek. i was admitted to the hospital at the start of my 3rd week. the staff could not get me any incivek. the gastro on call couldnt help me until morning. i went about 18 hrs before i got my next dose. they ran my v/l a few days later and i was und. at 3 weeks.
please dont think a missed dose is ok. after that situation i started carrying 3 blister paks(6 pills) every time i left home. keep a few pills on your boat.
hi try not to worry hubby was on incivek and he did same had his snack then realised in morning he had forgat tabs and he still been und since wk 4 care on soldier you doing really well. Best wishes Jules
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