Here is a thread all about the drugs you will be taking. If you read through the entire thread maybe you will get some of the answers to your questions. I will also look for some other information and post it if I can find it. In the meantime, here is the thread. Just click on it and I think you will find a lot of information:
Your chances are excellent being treatment naive. I finished up the gilead 12 week study with GS5885 (ledipasvir)/sofosbuvir/riba 8 weeks ago. I finally went UND on this Study trial. This is my 4th attempt with the first 3 Tx attempts (with interferon) being failures. Please take advantage of this opportunity.
I have also just started this study - but here in the UK it's 12 or 24 wks w or without Riba. I got the GS5885 for 12 wks with Riba. Happy to compare notes. where are you based and which arm did you get? I too am 1a treatment naive; Hep C 30+ yrs. having a few nausea probs but figuring out what to eat for the best.
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