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561705 tn?1234546159

batteries not included

First of all the poll regarding he timing of injection to sx was very helpful. I was ready to start on Friday night but have now changed it to Tuesday afternoon.

My poll question is for those in or post treatment

What are some of the things you found helpful to do (or not to do) during treatment that you feel really made a difference with regards to sx. The literature that accompanies Pegasys and Riba as well as the Doc are seriously lacking in any advice beyond where to stick it.
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476246 tn?1418870914
I have read this over several times and I think I might be really stupid, but what is your question?
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561705 tn?1234546159
You are not the one who is stupid I am... I cut and pasted too much and what started out as a poll should have been a question...Can I modify or delete this...
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476246 tn?1418870914
It's a bit complicated to get it deleted. You'd have to contact medhelp and ask them to do it. And ometimes it takes a few days. In a few days this thread will be buried anyways.

Just post a new one, no one will answer on this after reading this.

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