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Offline almostfinished

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Blood Results
« on: February 24, 2018, 12:13:30 pm »
Just got some of my 12 week results back via e-mail. The Hep. c won't be back for 10 days but the rest looks good also a phone call from the Dr. confirmed the anemia is almost gone. Still losing weight. Will post the rest of the result when I go to the liver spec. in March when I will be asking for my starting viral load and all the test results I was never given. Hope everyone on here is doing well and recovering. The GGT test was low so it will be re-done.
Albumin
43
35-52
g/L
Bilirubin Total
7
<20
umol/L
Alkaline Phosphatase
74
35-120
U/L
Gamma Glutamyl Transferase
LO
11
12-37
U/L
Alanine Aminotransferase
<8
<36
U/L
Aspartate Aminotransferase
15
<30
U/L

Offline Ella

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Re: Blood Results
« Reply #1 on: February 24, 2018, 05:17:09 pm »
These results look great and the low enzymes suggest your viral test will too! I'm so glad your anemia is resolving. I hope you're feeling well.

I got my 12 week viral results back Thursday, and I was not detected!  :D

Keep us posted!

~Ella
Pretreatment: Genotype 3A; Fibrosure F1-F2; VL 2.8M; ALT 93; AST 76
Began treatment Sept 1 2017
4 weeks (Oct 2): ALT 29; AST 20; VL Not done
8 weeks: ALT 58 (6-29); AST 36 (10-35); VL <15 IU/ml DETECTED
EOT + 5 days: Fibrosure F0-F1; ALT 32 (6-29); VL NOT DETECTED :D
EOT + 8 weeks: ALT 17 (6-29); AST 16 (10-35); VL not done
EOT + 12 weeks: VL NOT DETECTED = SVR12 :D :D
EOT + 24 weeks: VL NOT DETECTED = SVR24 I'm DONE! :D :D :D

Offline andrew j

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Re: Blood Results
« Reply #2 on: February 24, 2018, 11:28:56 pm »
Keeping everything crossed for you, almost.

A.

 


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