About Me: Female, Planet Earth, CT, member since Jan 2007
Member since 2005. Treated 72 weeks, Geno 1A and 1B, Stage 3 liver damage and have been SVR over 3 years. :)
The way to be cured is to stop whining and just go for it. Do whatever is necessary and don't stop, don't take the easy way out and don't give up. It's a battle and it's hard won so you can't stop fighting for it! Listen to the people on the forum who have spent hours and hours learning - there are people who honestly know MORE than MANY of the doctors who are still treating this disease from information that is YEARS old and do not keep up to date on the latest studies. You would be shocked to know how many there really are - the recent discoveries are HUGE in helping you to achieve the CURE!!!!!!!!!!
About me: two gorgeous kids and a little chubby Bichon Doggie. Born and raised in NY living in CT right now to end the gas guzzling commute. Love rock music (Aerosmith, KidRock, Bon Jovi, Prince, Everclear), good books (The Stand 28 reads to date) and good people!
I love people who fight the good fight. They might be scared and in pain but they will never let you know it and they'll keep on goin' for that brass ring.
Hopefully now that you know you are still negative you'll have some peace.
I hope that you're liver is starting to heal. Go to a real hepatologist - even if it's for a one visit consult. At least a GI with a big hep practice...."
"I'm 7 years post treatment but still take my potassium/magnesium/cardizem for my heart.
Take a multi, iron,super B complex, extra b12, iron, and D.
It sounds like a lot but I found when I stop my potassium and magnesium bottom out..."
This is Magnum. I'm an entertainer also with a background you could appreciate. If I could email you personally and share it with you, it would be great. I don't want it to go public though. I think you will be surprised...
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