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EOT - Week 24 UND

Just got labs back today, UND!  All other labs looking good, liver enzymes still elevated, but moving down AST-57, ALT-81.  Hoping to see those normalize now that tx has ended.  We've learned our lesson after ending the INC part of tx that you don't necessarily feel better immediately, but he's feeling and acting more like his old self with each day.  Diagnosed with cotton wool spots at Week 23, but they were small and eye doc expects them to resolve soon.  Other than that it wasn't terrible.  If you're in the midst of treating, please know that this is so worth it!

Thanks to all on this forum for your support over the past 6 months.
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2135877 tn?1381861126
Yay, Stormy!  Great News!
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1995824 tn?1330379049
Congratulations! A battle well fought!
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2065676 tn?1331422440
An absolutely fabulous report to have under your belts...YIPPY SKIPPY!!!!! Hang in there. Take your time with the rest of your recovery coming off the ordeal of the meds. You will gradually slip into a most lovely, healthier and happier life. Thanks for the post!
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766573 tn?1365166466
I am so happy for the both of you. What a good team you must be. I wish you both a smooth & easy (and Permanent!!) SVR. Keep us informed about your hubby is healing and progressing♥
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Congrats!!  Keep us posted!!
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Congrats!!  Keep us posted!!
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1652596 tn?1342011626
congratulations!!!   SVR is right around the corner!..belle
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Congrats on him finishing up stormy.  Hoping he has a quick recovery and look forward to hearing about his SVR!.

Best to you both..
Will
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190885 tn?1333025891
good luck!! keep us posted
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1815939 tn?1377991799
That is really good news. SVR is just around the corner.
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I am happy for you. I am about five wks post treatment and yes do remember you do not jump back to normal. I think I have needed more reassurance since I have been off treatment . It is a slow process and I want it to go faster.  Congrats
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