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4 years 7 months ago #25433

I keep looking at these results going "Is this real?"

My ferritin has gone from full-blown next level hemochromatosis at 988 to vampire victim out of range 8.
My new APRI score is .211
Everything else is nicely in range except absolute neutrophils is 1256 (Range 1500 - 7800). I'm just chalking that up to a side effect of the DAAs.
Oh and drum roll...

HCV Quant: <15 UND!!!

This girl needs a steak. For real.

XO erica


Gt 4ACD
No treatment of any kind until FixHepC. <3
Tx started Monday, Sept 18, 2017!!!
Pre-tx: Ferritin 988, AFP 30.2, AST 109, ALT 148, VL 8864293
4wk: Ferritin 31, AST 23, ALT 17, VL <1.18 Log (detected)
8wk: Ferritin 8, AST 18, ALT 20, VL <1.18 Log (UND)
12wk EOT: Ferritin 9, AST 18, ALT 19, VL <1.18 Log (STILL UND)
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4 years 7 months ago #25434

Great news on your UND and AST and ALT levels. Congratulations!!


G4
F0-F1
diagnosed in 2006
Tx naive
Treatment started 8/12/16, Ledipasvir/ Sofosbuvir (Harvoni) supplied by Monkmed
8/1/16 ALT 36 AST 40
1/4/17 ALT 17 AST 21
7/13/17 ALT 17 AST 25
12/28/17 ALT 22 AST26
2/22/18 ALT 19 AST 25
7/10/18 ALT 26 AST 32
1/8/19 ALT 16 AST 28
7/2/19 ALT 16 AST 26
Hcv Rna, Quantitative Real Time Pcr <15 NOT DETECTED (IU/mL) NOT DETECTED
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4 years 7 months ago #25435

Brilliant news Erica! I can imagine how unbelievable it is- but as you see, that is what happens here, take the pills, wait for results which feels like forever, then it seems like it took no time at all for the miracle to happen. Enjoy.


Genotype 3 30 years, 2x treatment interferon/ribavirin non responder. Cirrhosis 17 years. Fibroscan, decompensating, 40 down to 22 by 29/3/16- now down to 6.5, normal, no cirrhosis. Started Buyers Club Sof/Dac 14 Nov 15. SVR 12 29/0716
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4 years 7 months ago #25438

Great to see it running according to plan.

Provided you have 0.5 of a neutrophil we are happy.


YMMV
Last Edit: 4 years 7 months ago by DrJames.
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4 years 7 months ago #25439

Love your figures Erica! It's a great feeling. Congratulations! :woohoo: :woohoo:


G1a probably early 1980's, Biopsy F1(2010), F2-F3(2015). VL 5+mill; 2+mill (2014) Tx naive. Accessed Sof/Led through Dr Freeman at GP2U and Buyers Club (lifesavers!!!)
Commenced tx 12/11/15. 9 wk: VL <15 Detected but LFT = Normal 12 week results: UND (Yay!) Due to slow response commenced Sof/Dac 4 Feb for 12 weeks. EOT @ 24 weeks 27 April 2016. (With thanks to Dr Freeman et al). SVR11 result: VL 1,950,000. It's back!
New tx 030916 (Viekira Pak, Solvadi, Ribavirin UND @ 111116. EOT 170217.
SVR12 and SVR 24...
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4 years 7 months ago #25440

James-Freeman-facebook wrote:

Great to see it running according to plan.

Provided you have 0.5 of a neutrophil we are happy.

I have a few more than that. So I guess we're happy then. :)


Gt 4ACD
No treatment of any kind until FixHepC. <3
Tx started Monday, Sept 18, 2017!!!
Pre-tx: Ferritin 988, AFP 30.2, AST 109, ALT 148, VL 8864293
4wk: Ferritin 31, AST 23, ALT 17, VL <1.18 Log (detected)
8wk: Ferritin 8, AST 18, ALT 20, VL <1.18 Log (UND)
12wk EOT: Ferritin 9, AST 18, ALT 19, VL <1.18 Log (STILL UND)

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4 years 7 months ago #25441

Thank you so much, coral! I'm definitely pleased with how it's going!


Gt 4ACD
No treatment of any kind until FixHepC. <3
Tx started Monday, Sept 18, 2017!!!
Pre-tx: Ferritin 988, AFP 30.2, AST 109, ALT 148, VL 8864293
4wk: Ferritin 31, AST 23, ALT 17, VL <1.18 Log (detected)
8wk: Ferritin 8, AST 18, ALT 20, VL <1.18 Log (UND)
12wk EOT: Ferritin 9, AST 18, ALT 19, VL <1.18 Log (STILL UND)
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4 years 7 months ago #25442

Hazel wrote:

Brilliant news Erica! I can imagine how unbelievable it is- but as you see, that is what happens here, take the pills, wait for results which feels like forever, then it seems like it took no time at all for the miracle to happen. Enjoy.

Hazel, it's pure magic. It's not hard. It's not painful. I'm so grateful the technology has advanced to this point, and I'm grateful that Dr. Freeman saw fit to take on the goal of ridding the world of Hep C. What a saint. How lucky we all are.


Gt 4ACD
No treatment of any kind until FixHepC. <3
Tx started Monday, Sept 18, 2017!!!
Pre-tx: Ferritin 988, AFP 30.2, AST 109, ALT 148, VL 8864293
4wk: Ferritin 31, AST 23, ALT 17, VL <1.18 Log (detected)
8wk: Ferritin 8, AST 18, ALT 20, VL <1.18 Log (UND)
12wk EOT: Ferritin 9, AST 18, ALT 19, VL <1.18 Log (STILL UND)
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4 years 7 months ago #25443

beahavan wrote:

Great news on your UND and AST and ALT levels. Congratulations!!

Thanks so much, beahavan. I'm very relieved. And I'm just eating more steaks to boost up my iron. That's an easy handling. And it makes me feel wayyyy better. I do love steak. :)


Gt 4ACD
No treatment of any kind until FixHepC. <3
Tx started Monday, Sept 18, 2017!!!
Pre-tx: Ferritin 988, AFP 30.2, AST 109, ALT 148, VL 8864293
4wk: Ferritin 31, AST 23, ALT 17, VL <1.18 Log (detected)
8wk: Ferritin 8, AST 18, ALT 20, VL <1.18 Log (UND)
12wk EOT: Ferritin 9, AST 18, ALT 19, VL <1.18 Log (STILL UND)
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