About Me: Female, 57, West Bend, WI, member since Jul 2011
Had Hep C for about 22yrs and am in stage 2 and getting ready to start treatment really soon. Am pretty scared but optimistic. Hope to get some and give some support through this. I really dont want to be a bother to my boyfriend with any side affects. Might need a ear
[More]...hope to find one on here.
"well I went to Doc and he WAS gonna take me off but I talked him into at least 4more wks.My VL is 1728 n he said it HAS went down from in the THOUSANDS to 1728 he said it has went down and thats good but he says he might keep me on up to..."
Just a quick note to say hi right back to you. Hope you are having a great weekend! My prayers are with ya Freind. Hey, I'm jeolous over that big fish on your profile pic. I'd like to throw that baby in a frying pan. Oops make that the oven. ( more healthy lol)
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