Hello everyone. I just want to personally thank Pooh for researching and giving me encouragement after restarting the Incivek. I had to stop due to low platelet counts. Thank you Pooh. I consider you part of my 'team' of healers.
Last Thursday was my last day on the Incivek triple treatment. I was undetectable at week 4 after restart and stayed that way throughout the treatment. Except having to up my anti depressant, and losing only half my hair, I did not experience any bad symptoms.....oh yeah I had rash on my thighs and chest.
I am now finally through. I pray that everyone on this board is as successful as I am, and that you are all partnering with God on this long and hard journey.
I thought this day would never come. There were so many people who helped me, I just could not have done it without this team cheering me on. I'll be jumping in again at my 6 month check up. Thank you all and God bless you.
I am so glad you are finally finished with treatment and that you are UND. I know your treatment start was very rough, but you overcame those difficulties and forged ahead. I am happy I could be of some help. Here's wishing you SVR and a Hep C free life.
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