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i am non responder on pegaysis and ribavirin ,i have genotype 3a, my viral load is 784500 copies/ml, my ALT is 30, my blood cp is normal , my ultra sound is normal .plz suggest me treatment to remove virus copies from my blood.
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148588 tn?1465778809
If there are no clinical trials for testing new drugs available to you where you live, I would, first get a liver biopsy to see how urgent your need to treat is. If you need to treat again right now, I'd see if I could be tested with something like LabCorps IL28B test to help you decide what treatment options you have at your 4 week viral load test.


You can try treating again using PegIntron rather than Pegasys. It's a small % but some patients will respond to one of these after failing on the other.
You can try consensus interferon, but I understand this can be a harsh treatment.
Good luck in your decisions.
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1945316 tn?1329748225
Wait until they have perfected the oral med 2-3 years, will have few side effects.
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