I thought I would just throw this out: my hubby is 60, has HCV, has Cirrhosis, and has treated and failed treatment three times in the past 6 years. To our knowledge, he does not have any specific HCV Post Treatment Issues. All three treatments were difficult, but manageable. Sadly, none of them worked for him. He has some anxiety (takes a low dose medication which manages the symptoms), which existed before his diagnosis of HCV and later diagnosis of Cirrhosis, but was exacerbated by these diagnoses and the challenges of HCV treatments. He has increasing fatigue each year, likely due to his advancing Cirrhosis caused by his HCV. He has some skin changes, also likely due to his advancing Cirrhosis due to his HCV. He has some joint problems (arthritis, stenosis, etc.), likely due to the type of work he has done all of his life, wear and tear, and aging, as demonstrated X-rays and MRIs. He has some residual neuropathy in one foot, clearly due to spinal stenosis and degenerative disc disease, recently treated with lumbar surgery. He also has hypertension (controlled by medication) and pre-diabetes (monitored), both diagnosed prior to receiving the diagnosis of HCV, and both likely due to weight and lifestyle, but he's working on these.
Just wanted to share, to our knowledge, he has no specific post HCV treatment issues.