Just a quick note to say hi! I haven' seen anything from you in a while. I hope all is well. The Holidays can be stressful when a loved one is ill. I hope you and your hubby are ok. You are both in my prayers.
Just a quick note to say hi! I am sorry to hear about your husband. I hope the meds can get him to a point where he can get that transplant and move on with both of your lives. The fear involved with all this stuff is big. I remember how scared I was when I started tx. The drugs were pretty new back in June of last year and I was scared to death of them. Now I sit here hep c free. I will pray for the same for your hubby and a new life for you both.
Just a quick note to say hi! eat what you can keep down, if you are on incevik make sure you take it with 20 grams of fat not the good fat either, I put on 13 lbs some due to thyroid. I now have a nodule on my right lobe of my thyroid, make sure you keep an eye out for that, how much longer are you on tx
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