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Author Topic: Stress on Tx / High Risk Behavior  (Read 5053 times)

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Offline Lukey

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Stress on Tx / High Risk Behavior
« on: January 23, 2015, 05:52:13 pm »
A really wild woman I know rang my doorbell at 1 AM today and kept me awake until 4 AM. She said she needed a place to sleep, but then opened a pint bottle of Jack Daniels and began to get drunk. It was very stressful and I made a mistake of even opening the door for her. I had to almost throw her out of here when she started acting as wild as a coyote, dancing with herself, turning up the music too loud, scaring my cats, and threatening to fall down and break things. After a while I just said "look, you need to leave here right now". I am not a night person. I am active in the daylight and I like to sleep at night, not entertain a drunken 25 year old woman. It really seemed to take a lot out of me.

On the early part of week 3 on Harvoni, I didn't need to expose myself to that. I seem to need my rest a lot more now for some reason.
This was a setback but I think I learned my lesson.

She is a "lady of the night" and probably a whore or a prostitute. I need to stop associating with that type of person (not that I make a habit of it anyway, but I tend to feel sorry for woman like her because many people refuse to even talk to women like her).
I did not have sex with her but she could carry some other type of Hep for all I know, or who knows what else.. When she left at 4 AM she walked out into the night again, and this is not the safest city in the world at night but she didn't want me to give her a ride anywhere.

Male -  HCV since 1982 - Born 1951 ~ Geno 1a

Did 8 weeks of Harvoni in 2015. Got normal AST & ALT and undetected VL by week 5, then relapsed 4 weeks post.
July 5, 2018 : began 12 weeks of Vosevi with a VL of 540,000 and AST & ALT of 65 and 105.
2 weeks in : AST 19, ALT 20
5 weeks in : AST 18, ALT 12, VL "<15 detected"
10 weeks in : AST 19, ALT 14, VL "<15 not detected"
4 weeks post : "<15 not detected"


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