It is not definitive that you have cirrhosis,although you have advanced fibrosis at least.
Another course of anti-viral therapy is your best and possibly only option.
Re-reading your notes I see that you do have portal hypertension with varices,so cirrhosis is pretty much confirmed.
Same answer though-get back on therapy.
The drugs are only dangerous in so-called 'decompensated' cirrhosis which you do not yet have.
Unfortunately i failed to get a liver biopsy,so i don't know what portion of my liver are damaged.
Also i am confused on PCR report HCV RNA which done on 27/09/2009 it shows the Virus are not detectable,i am wondering is it possible to increase the viral load with in a month as mentioned above!
do you have any idea?
Sir,would you please let me know the symptoms of decompensated cirrhosis?
For the symptoms of decompensated cirrhosis use google,but the key one is called ascites.
Look it up.
Your doctor obviously thinks you have active virus again or he would not want to do more treatment.
If you became virus positive again a few weeks after stopping treatment it is called relapse and quite common.
Therapy is not fatal but you must be watched very carefully. They will be watching you for dangerous drops in platelets and further decompensation. Successful therapy is about the only thing that can help you now. If it were me, I would take the doctor's advice.