Congratulations!!!! Happy SVR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Just thought I'd add some more exclamation points to yours. :) All the best to you - wishing you happy days ahead!
now, THAT"S what I"m talkin" "bout!!! congrats, jerry
wow how cool it that!!! Another one bites the dust....in this case, another 5 trillion virons) bite the dust....
I'm so happy for you!! And I love your new hairdo BTW.
remember that song..."so glad you made it..." well gimmy immy some lovin'
makes you want to go hug everybody on the street I'll bet!!!!!! congrats.
Congratulatons !!! meakea !! wonderful !!!
congrats on the great news. know how you feel as i got the same news the other day :)
Happy new health! I get my bloodwork done on February 13 for 6 mo. post and have an appointment to discuss the results late March. Wish me luck.
Happy SVR to you! Congratulations!
Sweet News!!! SVR to us all, Hickey Buddy, we've been through so much together.
Always good to read these posts! You must be ecstatic! Congrats, and best on your new life.
Another late to the party but CONGRATS!!!!! Great news
Thanks for the encouragement. I am on standard tx and my hemo has been around 10 most of the time.
Thank you so much for the great news.
Congratulations to you
Burn, dragon, burn!!!! :-)) Roasted reptile for dinner!
Congrats! Congrats! Congrats!
This forum is the best!!!!
Late to the party, and so happy to hear your news! Congratulations!
Thank you so much to everyone here for sharing in my awesome news.
I have to say though that it was not as easy as you think to type SVR!!!!! as a discussion thread. Yes, I wanted to shout it to the world (and I did) but, at the same time, I felt sad for all those that have been relapsers or nonresponders and I felt as if I would be making their hurt worse. I got tears several times today thinking of several of my friends here who fought bravely through TX and yet who failed treatment. So...yes, my personal fight with the dragon is done but my fight against Hep C is not over and will not be over until everyone gets the same negative result that I did. I might just be a tiny spec in this fight - but I'm here.
Again, thanks to everyone who helped me through TX! Without your help I would have lost my mind (or maybe I did but it was a softer loss...lol). I got help from many of you right from the get-go by giving me the strength to change doctors when my original GI was WAY BEHIND the times with his treatment protocol. I'm generally not a wave-maker but you gave me the strength to kick him to the curb. And of course, when my sides would rear their ugly heads during TX someone here was always quick to chime in and tell me it was normal and to hang in there or to call the doc, etc. Knowing others who have been through it is PRICELESS.
Wow! That's awesome.
I go for my 6-months testing on February 2 and sure do hope that I'm SVR too. If I'm not, I don't know what I'm going to do since I was taken off treatment after 35-weeks due to pancreatitis caused by the interferon. I don't think I can treat again because of that. Good luck to you!
That is great news.News like that gives people like me hope that there really is a light at the end of the tunnel.I hope you can now live a long healthy life.
Fantastic!!! Congratulations, life begins anew
Congrats!!!!!. welcome to the club.
This is always the best news and you've been fighting for a long time. Now to rejoice!!!
congrats! I am very happy for you! you're free!
And so fantastic that you feel great, with numbers in range or just about. (I had one funny little out of range white cell count six months post-tx - can't remember which, monocyte or ? - but the doc said it was because my body was busy making neuts, so it was a good thing?!)
Congrats on your hard-earned victory and very warm wishes to a super gal.