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After HepC treatment

I was on HepC triple therapy  treatment for 48 weeks. After 4 month I start feeling pain everywhere in my body. Now because my hip pain they did X-ray and seen stone in my ureter. They send me to more X-rays but it's not ready yet.  I am just wondering if I can ever recover after this treatment. I feel like I am getting worse and worse, I can wait as long as it would be some light in the future otherwise I am not sure what to do anymore.
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2059648 tn?1439766665
This was a common complaint post treatment.   There was many who complained of the hip issue.  Including me.   It felt like my hips were slipping out of the joints.  I also had lots of muscle pain.   The good thing is it went away.  But it took at least a year if not longer.  I'm 3 years post triple treatment and these hip and pain issues are long gone.

Hope this helps
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Thank you for you answer. I finished my treatment on May 2015,it's already 1 year and 3 month. You just were waiting for u health improvement or you did some cleansing, vitamins or anything to help your body to get better.
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2059648 tn?1439766665
Just eat healthy, drink lots of water, get 8 hours sleep EVERY nite and get a physical EVERY year.   I really didn't feel recovered till 2 years.  I know that hip thing is really scary.  Hep C treatment really  does a job on your skeletal muscles.   It will get better.  Still don't over do.  In time you will heal.
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Hi am also a year plus away from completing treatment and beginning to do what dontworry says.....little signs of improvement and there is some light..
Sometimes it is very hard to sleep but am sure time will heal.
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