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Author Topic: blood pressure increase  (Read 5816 times)

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Offline Deborah

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blood pressure increase
« on: February 09, 2015, 09:42:40 pm »
Many of us have experienced an increase of BP while on harvoni, even those of us with otherwise low BP.  I just finished my 8-week treatment last Thursday and am happy to report that my BP is almost back to normal.  Still a few more points to go but it is a relief.   :)

Offline Bob V

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Re: blood pressure increase
« Reply #1 on: February 10, 2015, 11:19:29 am »
Thanks for that Deborah. My BP runs low and the last couple of days it been running above normal....don't like the feeling. My wife laughs because high for me is great for her.
Male 64
Dx hep non AB 1972, Hep C 1991
VL 3.7m (pre tx)
Liver B 1992, unremarkable
Liver ultrasound 2014, normal
Treatment Interferon 90's x2 failed
Started Harvoni 12/08/2014 (12wks)
Finished Harvoni  3/1/15
5wk lab detected <15
8wk lab UND
EOT lab UND!
12wk post lab UND!
24wk post lab UND!
58wk post lab UND!


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