"Hey yall just wondered how everyone is doing. I'm still off the treatments since march 3rd, but my hair is still coming out, it stopped for a few weeks and then started back. Does anyone know when it stops coming out?"
"Hey yall just wanted to check in with yall and say i feel so good since i stopped treatments on march 3. I still come here alot to keep up, had it not been for you people here i would not have made it as long as i did on the treatments. ..."
I have been aware of being hep c positive for about 5 years. I have been in a lot of denail. I dont really have any symptoms except that I am tired all the time. some people say oh thats not a big deal, it can be cured. and then I read other peoples horror stories and it scares me, I am a little confused.
Hang in there Jodylynn - life does get better --- about a year after TX --- it is so slow, you won't hardly notice it -- -until one day you realize you feel 80% better... than you did prior to TX.
Much luck to ya!
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