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Author Topic: EOT  (Read 5922 times)

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Offline sickpuppy

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« on: October 14, 2015, 11:47:00 am »
Hello. Good to be here. I sent the last of my Harvoni-grade warriors into the battle on Sunday.

I'm now awaiting my EOT results, but as the rest of you, fear the worst. Every single new 'tingle' I have is, I believe, because of 'relapse'. I hope not.

On the last 2 weeks I had loose bowels. This still continues 2 days EOT and now 'the cold' (cold hands and feet) and 'tremors' (random muscle tremors) are back. I've always had them with HEP C until I started Harvoni. Harvoni made me warm and stopped the tremors.

On the plus side, man I sleep like a log now. Either the Ribavirin or the Harvoni was making me sleep less, and wake-up tired.

I'll update on the EOT probably (hopefully) on Friday.
GT1a - TX-naive


16.2 kPa
ALT: 61 iu/L
ALP: 74 iu/L
Albumin: 38g/L
Bilirubin: 27 umol/L
Platelets: 80
VL: 792,000
History of 4 violent varices bleeding episodes and splenomegaly present.

21/07/15 - TX start - Harvoni + Ribavirin 12 weeks.
Week 2 - UND
Week 4 - UND
Week 8 - UND
13/10/15 Week 12 - UND
19/11/15 - SVR4
8/1/16 - SVR12 !!!!!

Offline gnatcatcher

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« Reply #1 on: October 14, 2015, 02:43:10 pm »
Glad to hear from you, sickpuppy. You were a very fast responder and had better baseline numbers than I did, so things are looking very "up" for you. After my treatment ended, I had similar events to yours: often feeling very cold and needing a lot of sleep. I missed the "Harvoni High" that had given me so much energy. But I am happy to report that by now, 2 weeks after EOT, things have stabilized. I'm definitely feeling MUCH better than before treatment, and nearly as good as when on Harvoni. My hepatologist doesn't do an EOT test, so I'm living under the assumption that I'll reach SVR12. If not? I'll deal with it then. Meanwhile, life beckons.

Every good wish,

9/29/71 transfusions
HCV genotype 1a
7/09/15-9/30/15 Harvoni

Before treatment:
Viral Load 9,490,582
FibroScan 19.5 kPa [F4]
ALT 262
AST 217
ALP 183

Most recent:
FibroScan 7.6 kPa [F1-2]
ALT 15
AST 20
ALP 85

Offline Philadelphia

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« Reply #2 on: October 18, 2015, 04:52:32 am »
Good luck for SVR12. I'm cold all the time so I can't measure temperature appropriately. I'll be wearing a cardigan while others are in a t-shirt. It's how I roll.
CURED SVR24  Class of 2015
Wk 12 post EOT 30.11.15: ALT 14 AST 22 GGT 22 VL UND
Week 19 07.08.15: ALT 17 AST 23 GGT 25
Week 12 18.06.15: ALT 21 AST 23 GGT 28
Week 8 25.05.15: ALT 23 AST 27 GGT 30 VL UND
Week 4 20.04.14: ALT 30 AST 36 VL 40
Treatment start 23.03.15: ALT 137 AST 185 VL 342,600
Cirrhosis Child-Pugh A, Genotype 1a - Viekira Pak + riba 24 weeks
Total failure interferon/ribavirin/boceprovir Mar 2013


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