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omg went to the doctors thought i was going to start my med today gave me results of biopsy more blood test eye exam and a note saying i am mentally stable a bunch nevers for nothing i guess i'll start next month
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179856 tn?1333547362
Oh and did you find out what geno you are?
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179856 tn?1333547362
Yes we all got stuck on the merrygoround of hurry up and wait.  My doc forgot all about my eye exam until I was supposed to start and so it put me back a month and I was SO mad. But in hepc world.....hurry-up-and-wait is something you get very, very used to.

Believe me you will always be waiting on something for quite some time now.

What was the biopsy result?
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96938 tn?1189799858
What were the results of the biopsy ?  Did you ask him about the new meds that will probably be available soon?
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  Sounds like he may be waiting to put you on the new meds?  Or ..lets hope so!

Will
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