About Me: Male, 63, enterprise, UT, member since Dec 2009
contracted hepatitas a and hep. c while working as a hull tech [ plumber, pipefitter, in the us navy. we would have to wade knee deep in raw sewage at times with little protective gear to make repairs to ships sewage systems. i also have pacemaker though have never had
[More] a herart attack that i know of and also have good blood pressure. i have severe gas, flatulance, burping, and chest pain that can be relived by burping.have been told hep. c is untreatable because of gen. type. i also walk five miles a day, every day, rain or shine. could this be part of my gas problem? brad hodgin.
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