"thanks for the kind words.
i feel like my life is really starting to turn around now.
moving into a new house with my wife and four kids in the next wk two, new born baby last yr.
when i found out that i had hep c i really thought it..."
Doing very well, thanks. Have been in California attending my stepson's wedding. Lots of drama, Irish catholics marrying religious jews! I'm back to work in 2 more weeks, first time in 50 weeks. Hope I can still remember how to practice law (bet my clients hope so too!!!)
How is tx treating you? Hope its not too brutal.
im 10 years hcvp, im on week 8 of tx, ill be honest the firt few weeks were bad for me as i suffer fron depression and panic attacks, being an ex addict, i really wanted to stear clear of meds, but i couldnt take it anymore or my poor wife for that matter, im on xanax,olanzipine,anti ds and sleepers,the last few days,i feel 110% better, i can do normal stuff like get a paper from shop or play with my boys.i still have bad days but mostly good, when i started tx my geno type 1a stage 2 V/L was 5,million odd, now after week 8 its just 736 or somthing, keep in touch my dublin pal, ill help you with anything i can, if i cant ill find someone who does,god bless alan
Hi santa. The Roche trial sounds like a good deal for you - I'd go for it. I'm still waiting for the VL test result but all the other blood work came back great. Red and white counts and platelets are rebounding and hemoglobin is 13.7 so I'm no longer anemic. Now I'm gonna go out and leap tall buildings with a single bound (me and Superman)!
Hey santa, how are you holding up? I'm starting to feel human again after 4 weeks of no drugs. Today I get blood drawn for my 1 month post tx viral load test - hope I'm still UND. They say most people relapse in the first 4 weeks if they're going to.
Hope tx is not being too gruesome for you and that you go UND soonest. Keep in touch.
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