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1751426 tn?1399011084
UND one month post tx
So it's 6 weeks post tx today and my latest bloodwork shows I'm still virus-free as of Jan.20  NICE!
I am losing a ton of hair ever since my tx finished but my rash is clearing nicely.  
Energy levels are much better so I no longer lay in bed all day and that is wonderful.
Still plagued by extreme muscle/joint pain and headaches.  Sometimes even my ears and teeth ache.
Lost another 2 kg in the last month since the appetite has not come back and my stomach has shrunk.
Not much info out there with regards to post treatment but alot of stuff on the threads.
Wonder if the tx triggers chronic fatigue syndrome or fibromyalgia in addition to RA, lupus etc.?
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1815939 tn?1377995399
That's great news. Hope it stays that way.
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I don't have an answer to your question but wanted to express my appreciation for the info and congratulations on the good news.  Great to hear energy has returned.  Had really hoped the hair would stop falling out quickly when I stopped.  The muscle, joint and headaches seem pretty common but sounds like they usually improve over a few months.  I am done tomorrow so guess I will start finding out first hand.  Best wishes.
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