Just a quick note to say hi! Thinking of you and hope your doing ok. Are you half way now? Keep in touch, Mo
Checking in to see how you're doing on triple tx.
My hubby saw his hepa last Thursday. CT scan results were clear, no sign of liver cancer. Lab results were good, liver is still compensated. Will have an endoscopy this month (routine screening). Next appt for labs, ultrasound, and follow up with hepa is May. She believes sofosbuvir will be submitted for approval about April, 2013, and be available for commercial use about the end of 2013. She believes that sofosbuvir treatment for difficult to treat G1a’s will be sofosbuvir combined with Interferon and Ribavirin. Hope all is well with you.
Thinking of you today and hope you are feeling alright. Drop me a quick note to let me know how your holding up. Where are you in the treatment? I thank God each day for my husband who was so supportive through out my tx. Again, call anytime. Mo
I'm not sure what picture you are looking at, but if it is my profile picture, yes. It was taken near the eastern end of the Moffatt Tunnel above Rollinsville.
Hoping you get news soon with your start date...nothing more frustrating when you are ready to go and they are not. Good luck with your tx...and hopefully soon!! Blessings to you..Starshine (Anita)
We should probably convert this conversation to messages since I'm not sure if these notes are displayed publicly. I'm pretty sure messages are private. I'll try to send you a message and we'll see how it works.
I'm sorry you're having to wait to start your treatment. It does get frustrating. I was on a wait list for over a year and a half. It's going good so far. I just took my third shot a minute ago. My 2nd shot last week hit me kind of hard. I slept during the next day and felt sick and achy for a few days. Nothing too serious though. I've been through much worse when I couldn't get my drugs to get well when I was still using. I know it's hard but try to relax mentally and just go with the flow. The biggest anxiety is the fear of the unknown and it hasn't been nearly as bad as I thought it would be.
No, my hair was not falling out before treatment. Just normal thinning due to age. I don't think
that's normally a symptom of hep C until you start treatment. How is your treatment going? Did you
Hi, I'm not sure what you mean about losing hair before treatment. I started treatment
9/25/12 and so far my hair loss has been minimal. It's way too early to tell how it's going
to go but I know it will most likely grow back if I do lose it.