I am wondering about the dates hrsepwrguy is mentioning.
I do not want to alarm you but if the sequence of events is as you state then your doctor is really off his game. That is a nice way of saying he does not know what he is doing and it is amazing you are UND.
Are you in America? Different countries have (what I consider primitive) different views on handling hemolytic anemia that comes with triple. But since you have taken Procrit then it sounds like your Procrit could be rearranged or increased.
Here is what leaps out
1) you are supposed to have a viral load at four weeks
yet you say you had yours at week 5 (?!)
2) you are supposed to start the Vicrelis at four weeks
Yet you started it what the 33 - 34 day mark?
3) The first intervention when your Hgb drops to 10 is to reduce your Riba
Did you do this?
Transfusions and Procrit are also used but when your HGB drops like that there are several ways to manage anemia. Hgb is used as an indicator (not RBC)
This is sounding really messed up. I would be freaking out if I discovered my chance at getting rid of a blood borne infectious disease like Hepatitis C were jeopardized in such a manner.
I strongly encourage you to go over all your copies of your labs (hopefully you have them. If you don't then ask for them) and determine what has happened and when.
Given there are no other extenuating circumstances or medical conditions then I hope I do not offend you by saying your doctor telling you to stop taking the Vic is a HUGE red flag something is amiss.
Be sure you understand what your doctor has said and done up to this point correctly. Post again and clarify the details. Add more about your health, situation, stage of fibrosis and whatever you feel is important. The links and info that have been provided ought to be enough to show your doctor
You are UND which is great but you deserve the full benefit of the HCV meds to clear the resistant strains of the virus and hopefully prevent relapse.