All sounds good. Well, except for the loss of electricity and the cold, dark house. I agree with you and hubby on the 48 weeks. I'm in a similar situation and figure as long as I feel up to continuing to do the full 48 and nothing unusual sneaks up on me, then keep going. If you continue to 36 and don't SVR, then you'll always wonder if the extra 12 weeks would have made a difference. Especially if this is possibly your last attempt. If you're feeling up to it, give it your best shot. Hope all stays well with you through the remainder of trt.
1st of all I want to say "Congrats" to your "UND". Fabulous news.
2nd of all , thats alot of information to absorb. Take your time and look at it good , go back and ask questions, better yet, you have some of the best knowledge right here in our family of heppers.
If it were me, I would do it right , for as long as the Experts think once.
Glad you have your electric back on. There is nothing like warm heat if your chilling. God Bless you Frijole. Praying for you :)
Great news and keep it up!!!
Snow for the holiday season... dinner out... power on... PCR undetected... sounds like it's the virus that's been left out in the cold dark this time. Glad the day improved as it went on.
Sounds like your doctor is looking ahead: treat like a cirrhotic, clear the virus, and you will be his pre-cirrhotic patient henceforth... seems your husband is on board too, so let them be the oars... just ride the wave. Stay warm and comfy and undetected. ~eureka
Great to hear you are UND. Congratulations!
Great news on the 12 week UND. frijole! I guess at this point it is irrelevant to you what they classify you as, as long as you do the best amount of time to get the job done.
Just a little info. altho you more than likely have seen this data:
In the Boce substudy they had 2 groups: F 0,1,2 and then F 3&4"s.
The 3's and 4's did much better with 48 weeks than the RGT(36 weeks) ..
I believe it was 24% difference.
You have lots of time to digest what the doc has said,however I think hubby and all the good folks above have said it well on time to treat.
Good luck going forward frijole ..and stay warm ;0)