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Author Topic: found out a little over a year ago....  (Read 5034 times)

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Offline jinglz

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found out a little over a year ago....
« on: December 24, 2015, 03:22:04 pm »
While I was pregnant I learned I tested pos for hcv, after lab work 3 times they still didn't tell me a genotype and once my son was born they told me about treatments and I had an appt w my GI, more lab work and never heard back with options. I learned the viral count is 20,000(which I had to research on my own to learn that that's considered low and insurance won't cover unless my livers failing. ) I'm not really sure where to go at this point besides eating healthy and avoiding alcohol/drugs.  I have noticedmy appetite is decreasing lately, should I make more appointments ? Or just kinda keep up on my health otherwise? Kinda lost.

Offline jakas

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Re: found out a little over a year ago....
« Reply #1 on: December 24, 2015, 03:36:22 pm »
You should make appointments get to the bottom of this and take it from there.
As you know Hepc is curable
M/57 yrs.
Contracted (Unknown) 10-20-30 yrs back ??
Treatment Naive
Geno 1a&1b
VL  17+ million
ALT 200+, AST 170+
Fibroscan F4 ( 26+ kpa ) on 8th Dec. 2105
Started Tx 11th Dec.2015 ( 12 wks. Gilead Harvoni)
7/1/2016 :Viral Load|<25 UND.
23/1/2016: ALT 34 , AST 35, ALP 143
8 week NO labs done
EOT:03.03.2016 ( 84 pills eaten )
ALT 26, ALP 124, BIL .54
V/L <25 UND E.O.T.
4 weeks E.O.T. V/L UND::: SVR 4
SVR 12 and  SVR 24 on 16/8/16
Fibro 24.5kpa 23/05/16
SVR 63 05/17
Fibro 17.03.2020 kpa 6.3

 


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