F, 49, 1a, CC, began trp tx Incivek Oct 21. Slow responder, not detectable at week 8, (Dec 12, 2011). did 48 weeks, finished Sept 20, 2012 Not Detectable.
Week 52, No
[More]t Detectable. SVR VL in March. It's not hard, but it sure isn't easy.
Detectable @ week 4, less than 43, greater than 7.......
Your house is your body.
Your toilet is your liver.
That giant maple tree planted over your backyard septic system is hepatitis.
The roots of that giant maple tree impeding the outflow of the drain field is increasing fibrosis.
For many years, the septic system works fine and you hardly notice the ever-decreasing flow of the krap leaving your house.
Then, one day....you need to call Bob's Backhoe Service - at weekend rates.
"MUST BE EATEN W FOOD......
the reason is that liquids pass thru our system rapidly and with solid food of any kind, even a cracker, changes the way the meds are absorbed into our digestive tract.
If you are seeking a "liquidy" way ..."
"good job y'all......the riba is a sleep killer. as long as you take your 2nd dose before 5 pm, with your DR's appvl, your sleep ought to improve.
i used to take at 6:30 am and 10:30pm. up all nite.
i now take mine at 6:30 am an..."
Just a quick note to say hi! sorry I forgot to give you my und number there wasn't a number the paper said they could not give a number as there was no virus to get it from.... imagine that
hcv quantification hcv not detectred, unable to calculate result since non numeric result obtained for component test. So I think thats good right? Hope all is well for you... take care anne
Just a quick note to say hi! thanks for checking in it sounds like you are having probs with your hgb. It's miserable isn't it. there has been another change with me, doc said I prob could do 24 weeks, I am his first triple tx patient so he is still learning. depending on how things go I hope I can. I hope you get to feeling better soon...anne
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