Just a quick note to say hi! I am very happy for you and am wishing you SVR.
Just a quick note to say hi!Best wishes on your PCR test
Just a quick note to say hi! hello, I read your posts, and would like to share some experiences with you. I m on treatment, and my ast and alst also rise and keep rising. I am concerned, and I can se that you had a similar problem. You can contact me also through mail. Happy that you are SVR, I am sure you will stay there!
Just a quick note to say hi! If you search for this link- Post triple tx/cirrhotic insomnia -by yodennis you will find more discussion on insomnia. Good luck.
So happy for you, you will get to SVR, with God's help we all will
Congratulations on finishing treatment!
You are doing a great job. Hang in there!
Just a quick note to say hi! I do appreciate your getting back to me, I'm sorry you have so far to drive. I do wish you well and hope for your success in becoming healthy.good luck
Just a quick note to say hi! my first week on injection my body temp shot up alarmingly. My wife could feel the heat pouring off my upper body and head-my sinuses began to bleed and mucus would flow from my nose constantly along with severe head ache, I kept warm, laid down took acetaminophen put lip balm in my nostrils it eventually got better. hang in there
I'm often puzzled how to negotiate a new site.
My words were meant to be helpful :)
Have a lovely day.
I just read the research you tacked on the bottom of your post about eating. Good info.
I'd like to suggest you start another post with the research.
Some people will skip over and not read it because of assuming its about the subject of eating.
Hope this helps:)
Just a quick note to say hi! Hey glad you read my journal. Really and truly you have to make yourself eat if you don't the meds make the nausea so much worse, drink alot of fluids whatever you can get down, that was my problem everything tasted bad even water if you can believe that. I am glad you only have to treat 24 weeks and I believe you have one of the easiest types of hep c to treat. So wishing you all the best for when you start. This forum has been really great for alot of people, everyone is going through it has been through it or has finished lots of good people and lots of good advice, they will be here in the good and the bad....
Great that you started a thread. I asked the moderators to move it from the med help suggestion area to the hep c forum so people will respond to you. Keep trying, you are doing great and will learn
Genotype 3 is easier to treat then genotype 1 and 4. Currently the treatment is interferon and ribavirin. About 80% of the people with genotype 3 are successful with treatment. If you become undetectable after 4 weeks of treatment and you will treat for 24 weeks total and have a very good chance of success. Posting your own thread is a good way to get more information from lots of people.
You should start your own post instead of asking a question at the end of an unrelated post.
This way, you are more likely to get some responses