I was dx in Aug 2006 and found this site - it was a life saver to me! I see a lot of new names but recognize some from back then as well.
I am geno 3 and completed treatment in Nov. 2007 - SVR. I was still undetectable as of a year ago. I am having some symptoms like I had before I was dx - mostly fatigue and low grade fever. I thought it was a sinus infection but I am on my second round of antibiotics and nothing has changed. I guess it's time to have my viral load checked again - but I am really anxious. Has anyone else relapsed after this much time or have you heard of anyone. If it is, will I be able to go through tx again.?
I would be amazed if you have relapsed-it doesn't happen after such a long interval.
You are just run down.
Have a liver function test and get the results immediately-if your enzymes haven't spiked you will feel a lot happier!
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