Well, today was the day of reckoning. I went in and had my 6 month post VL test done. I am, I dont want to say indifferent, a better way to say it is calm. For now, I know I have done all I could do. I towed the line. I know my chances are very good that I will be SVR and that is what Im counting on. SO THINKING POSITIVE OVER HERE!!!
I should know by next Friday.......... :)
I hear you and I wish you the best. I am close to EOT and I am done with stress. I hope for the best result, but either way, I know there is support for me here. So many brave people here, doing battle. I'm sure it is different for those that have treated more than once. Good luck to you, and all those in the pst tx waiting room.
A week for the test results? That seems long. But hey you are right and I like the way you put it, you have done all you can and you towed the line. I'm glad you are calm. Treatment is over and now you have the chance to live your life again.
Hoping and praying SVR for you. :)
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