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Author Topic: HEPC co-infection update  (Read 5012 times)

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Offline emmett

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HEPC co-infection update
« on: January 03, 2015, 01:24:32 am »
HepC, 1a, F3, started Harvoni on Thanksgiving, went in December 26 to get my 1 month labs to see if I'm undetectable. January 2, went into my doctors office today to get my results, I was a nervous nelly waiting for it but it sure was worth the wait, I'm undetectable.

Offline Tomcat

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Re: HEPC co-infection update
« Reply #1 on: January 03, 2015, 03:19:37 am »

I hope everyone else see's this and realises there is real, true hope!
HIV/HCV G3 Coinfection diagnosed March 2014
Started Dak/ Sof Treatment March 2016
09/03     AST 147  ALT 261
03/05     AST 21    ALT 24
28/06     AST 21    ALT 19
Viral Load - Undetected

Offline emmett

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Re: HEPC co-infection update
« Reply #2 on: January 03, 2015, 04:39:16 am »
Hey Tomcat, I put this post on because there were a few people that wanted to know how I was doing and the results while on Harvoni. I put a bunch of posts up all over the site since I was a mess at night with the anxiety from Harvoni and feeling generally  like shit on this pill but nothing like the old meds that put me in the hospital. I used to love a little bit of wine as well but again just a taste but forbid myself anything after hearing I had hepc.
The other post I put up was under, "living with Hepatitis" and under that it was, "drinking wine". It's 0130 here, I worked at night most of my life so stay up but I can't sleep on this pill so just fall asleep when I can even though I'm exhausted. I went on disability years ago and only work part time. I'm still for frickin excited about being undetectable, I can barely stand it I'm so happy, :-)!!!!!!


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