My blood came back after 6 months of being finished with meds and they say all levels are normal and Hep C is undetected. Is that it, Im cured?
Can I have a cocktail and scream up and down i did it?
Do I have to never worry again?
Yay for you.. Congrats on your new life. I had my first beer in 10 years after I cleared at 6 months post.. and it tasted like freedom.. Yippee!!! I asked my doc if I could have one and she said yes, but not to over do it because the liver is still regenerating.. I had no plans on going out and getting drunk.. I just wanted to be able to order a beer and drink it..
It annoys me that there is so much misinformation out there and from a site that proclaims to be a Hep C site? What the hepatologists are saying is that if it comes back after being SVR/Und after 6 months then that person was likely reinfected and not relaspsed. So again, once gone, gone. No boogie man here.
Comgratulations – dance all night long with lots of shouting for pure joy, and yes that one drink is probably the most well-deserved celebratory drink anyone could have. I'm SO hoping to be joining you one day in that SVR-land that exists somewhere over the rainbow!
I've had it for over 30 yrs. did my party, drinkin, and If I get rid of it this time, I will call it done!! I buried my husband in 06 from this, I'm not going out like that !! Good luck to you all!! :D XOXO
whew-hoooo, you did it, you are Hep C free! I still have a 5 month wait, but if I clear, heck yeah, I just may slowly sip a Margerita~ Cheers to your success, and to everyone eventually ridding themselves of this virus : )
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