My mother age is 56.
My mom is also diabatic and blood pressure patient.
In 2005,Doctors found the hepatitus C of my mom.
Doctor treated with interferon first alternate day wise contineously six months but virus not deactive.
In 2006,doctor start with weekly injection of six months course then final report virus deactive.
In last week ,doctor take the test of SGPT test .Test report is SGPT is 59.
Doctor again check the HCV-PCR test.
Result : Hepatitus C virus (RNA) Detected.
My mother have no potential to take again course of interferon.
what is i'll do ?
DId they do the combo therapy with Ribaviran?? I'm told that one really does little without the other.
There are NUMEROUS people knowledgeable about HEP C on here (there is a dedicated forum) - and I would post there.
I will say that a few people can clear HCV on their own - but generally less so as time marches on. Next, people can live for decades with HEPC. It is possible -even with no other treatment that your Mother could live to an advanced age. Outside of that - hope still exists via liver transplantation and along with medical advances that periodically occur.
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