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what side effects can i expect after 48 weeks of treatment for geno type 1,and for how long
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190885 tn?1333025891
my sides are just not fun...not trying to scare you but it does happen...on the good side i've noticed over the years that many of the folks with bad sx cure...good luck....billy
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1658980 tn?1330711550
Just curious- are you doing SOC (ribavirin and interferon) for 48 weeks and if so, is there a reason why your doctor is not considering triple therapy for you which usually means shorter treatment times?  24 weeks vs. 48 weeks
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96938 tn?1189799858
Potential side effects fall into 3 main classifications:

1. Not so bad
2. A sad Country song
3. Jumanji

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1420486 tn?1384793153
   Well hopefully you will be like me and a few others I know. They did not really have side effects (sx) and I am in wk 40 and have none. Good luck Margie. I will let others comment about their sx.
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