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svr lenth

went on 6 month treatment with 4 drugs riba interferon plus 2 new study drugs it cleared my viral load from 1.4 million to non detectible in just 10 days . now that i am finished treatment . iam afraid it will come back . i am about to start taking nexium again which they kept me off of during  treatment . i heard nexium can make your viral load go sky high . can a drug or bad eating bring you back from non detectible  to having the virus ? I  dont drink or do narcotic drugs . am i just being paranoid . doctor says its ok to take the nexium . i saw this guy floydd wright on youtube who says do not take nexium if you have  hep c . has anyone heard of nexium being dangerous to induce hep c ?
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I've been taking 40mg of Nexium for over 10 years which was prescribed by my Hep Doctor....No problems no worries.
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