i believe you are already considered SVR if undetectable at 6 months. i would get another pcr at 12 months and 2 years after that. happy holidays and go enjoy a hep free life :-)
Congrats, a nice Christmas gift indeed.
For all purposes I believe UND on the 6 month PCR is considered SVR. But like CMan says a 12 and 24 month follow-up is often advisible to fully claim being cured, particularily for insurance purposes it would seem.
Thanks for your responses and hope your holidays go well too. I have heard that UND six months post-Tx means that one has quite a low chance of relapse after that point. I do plan to be retested in another six months and at two years post-Tx. I'm wondering if there are any stats even informal ones, that estimate one's chances of staying virus free a year or even several years after an UND at the six month post-Tx point. - Lee
Great news!! I think you are 98% chance of SVR. Nice holiday gift!
my short term memory is shot and i CAN blame it on the drugs.at least you have something to show for ut. 50 % of us do not svr. great.
Lee, CONGRATULATIONS!! You are starting the New Year Hep Free! And, as everyone says, your chances are extremely good that it will remain that way. All my best, Aiuta