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Finally free

Hi everyone!  I just received my long awaited phone call.  I treated with Sovaldi and Ribavirin for 24 weeks and I am cleared of the virus. It was a long 3 months waiting to see if it worked but it did.  There were days when I wasn't sure and felt defeated because I wanted to be on Harvoni but it worked.  For anyone taking the same meds, keep trucking along and drink lots and lots of water.  Thank you to everyone who helped me with answers to my questions and positive thoughts.  I am finally free
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Congratulations!! It's surreal to be hep C free, isn't it? Enjoy it.
13100769 tn?1445369117
It is and thank you so much!
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wow Jazmine thats a great news, con grates, next step will be you keep eating healthy and exercise, have it in mind that GT3 has this thing with fatty liver so you  make sure you exercise some daily
Avatar universal
Heartiest congratulations on your svr 12 .

hope you live life happily and the way you had wished too before getting hcv .

God bless and warm regards  
6708370 tn?1471490210
Congrats on your new Hep C free life!
Avatar universal
Wonderful!  Now, step up on to the Dias and receive your Dragon Slayer Supreme Insignia!  Gt 3 is the hard one!  What a wonderful thing.  

Also, as Michael said, keep getting exercise and eating healthy, but also, keep drinking that water!


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