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Author Topic: 2nd week of Harvoni  (Read 5233 times)

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Offline Lollyb4

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2nd week of Harvoni
« on: April 25, 2015, 03:49:01 pm »
I'm just finishing up my second week of 12 weeks of Harvoni... I want to thank everyone here who has posted about their treatment, side effects and information about this drug.  It really helped me to know what to expect.   I have had very minor side effects from the Harvoni.   A little stomach upset if I don't eat something when I take it, and some days, I do feel a little foggy.  This is a cake walk compared to doing the ribovirin and interferon.   I am genotype 1a   stage 3 fibrosis  with a viral load just under 2 million.   I am very glad that I found this forum prior to starting my treatment, and will continue to post as treatment progresses.   


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