Hi again James,
Sounds like you need to get that nurse fixed as well.
There has been a lot in the news recently about "no means no". What a lot of Drs and nurses in the UK fail to understand is that "your blood means your blood". So you should be perfectly entitled to have a copy of your blood test results, no-questions-asked.
Anyway, if I understand your first mail correctly, it sounds like the 10,300 that she told you for the VL was the number before you started on the Mavyret. So no help there. Did you have any blood tests since then? If so, the ALT and AST numbers that Nurse NoHelp gave you should be more up to date. If those numbers are both about 50 or less, then probably not much to worry about. The normal range is about 40 or less, but sometimes it takes some time for the liver to rebuild itself even if the virus is gone.
By the way, you will see that a lot of people here on FixHepC put their main liver function values (ALT, AST, GGT, and VL) along with the date of measurement in their login signature (something like mine below). If you are going to stick around here, this could save some time. It is also often a fun way to monitor your own progress.
Shoot, I still can't get my head around why it is sometimes so difficult in the UK for people to know what is in their own medical file. Me, I live in France. In France you go to a commercial lab (there are lots) to get a blood test, and the lab sends your results to your home address (and these days also to an App on your phone). You then get reimbursed for some or all of the cost automatically. Normally people in France know their test results before their doctor does. It is so easy and fast, it could not be any simpler. Will it ever happen in the UK? I doubt it... Maybe a quick fix is to have your phone handy, and ask to take a photo as soon as your results come into view?
Diagnosed Jan 2015: GT3, A0+F0/F1. Fatigue + Brain-Fog.
Started Sof+Dac from fixHepC 10-Nov-2015. NO sides.
Pre-Tx: AST 82, ALT 133, Viral Load 1 900 000.
Week4: AST 47, ALT 58. VL < 15 (unquantifiable).
Week12 (EOT): AST 30, ALT 26, VL UND
Week16 (EOT+4): AST 32, ALT 28, GGT 24, VL UND
Week28 (EOT+16): AST 26, ALT 22, GGT 24, VL UND
Ever grateful to Dr James.
Relapsed somewhere after all that... Bummer!
Jan 2018: VL 63 000 (still GT3).