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Week 6 bloods WOOHOO!! 6 years 11 months ago #1799

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Got a call from the good doctor Freeman today to say that the virus is undetected at my 6 weeks bloods. YEAHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!
I am on Sof/Dac from China
I have had this parasite for around 38 years and now it is not detectable.
As a bit of history - my week 4 bloods were viral load was below countable but still detectable. Geno 3a and no fibrosis. I have been sweating (a little) on the week 6 bloods and they are clear. No real side effects still except there are some days I need to sleep 9-10hours which is unheard of for me. So some fatigue and very slight nausea about half an hour after taking drugs, which lasts about 1-2 hours
Geno type 3a, infected approx 34-38 years ago. No fibrosis, treatment naive began chinese api daclatasvir/sofosbuvir 7/9/15.
17/12/15 finished treatment week 13 and virus Undetected
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Week 6 bloods WOOHOO!! 6 years 11 months ago #1801

Great news AB. Congrats.
Huon Valley, Tasmania
Hep C+ since 1980s
Genotype 1b
F3/4
VL 480,000
Started Indian Sof and Riba, BMS Dac (comp access) 28 August 2015
UND at 4 weeks
Finished treatment 19 November 2015
12 February 2016 UND SVR12
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Great news enjoy your new freedom from Hep C.
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Congratulations! ..must be a truly wonderful feeling to be free of the unwanted passenger.
GT 3, F3, Contracted 1993 Tx Naive
V/L 1,267,000 AST 67 ALT 65 6/10/15
commence Sof/Dac (Mesochem) 6/11/15
AST ALT normal 24/11 *
*V/L UNDETECTED 24/11*
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wow
there sure are some good results from this tx
Congrats on a long future
52 y.o. G3a for about 30 years
Previous tx 2004 interferon/ ribavarin
2004: ALT 624 AST 263

Pre tx test 23/10/15: ALT 153 AST 128 VL 11 849 493
6/11/15: Sof/ dac started
26/11/15: ALT 41 AST 41
7/12/15: ALT 36 AST 30 Virus undetected

2004 biopsy F3
Fibroscan appt Jan 11 2016.
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Week 6 bloods WOOHOO!! 6 years 11 months ago #1806

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Congrats, Ann
I'm very happy for you!
Virus not detected from 14.10.2015
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This is great news Ann. So happy for you and for allnof us Emi
Geno 1b F2/3 snce early 80s. Treated in 2008_9 for 63 weeks on INF/Riba. Commence Sof/Dac on 6 October 2015 and completed 18 weeks of tx. UND at 4-6 weeks, UND at EOT, SVR 2, SVR 6 and SVR 12 on 6 May 2016.
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Yes that's really good news Ann. The last fortnight must have been a bit challenging, but all clear now and it must be a wonderful feeling.

And may there be many more happy endings for all of us.
NSW Australia. Genotype 1b 30+ years, F0-F1, VL 91,000 Feb 2015 (740,000 in 2010), Tx naive.
Ordered Sof/Dac from Buyers Club 21 Sept, received 14 Oct.
Virus UNDETECTED at 3 weeks AND 12 weeks (EOT) AND SVR4 AND SVR12 AND SVR24. :-)
A thousand thankyous to Dr James and the amazing FixHepC team.
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Congrats Ann. You need to edit your signature. Anyone reading it might think you're one of those dastardly HepC carriers :D
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OOOHHWW Ann BEE, such a good news!!!!! I'm also so exta :) :) :woohoo: :woohoo: :woohoo: tically happy for ya!!!!!
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Good luck to you. also impressed that you have had this illness for 38 years and no fibrosis. You must have a pretty strong liver. Congrats
Geno1a 35years fibrosis 2 or 3 different results from different hospitals ??
24weeks mesochem sof/led as unsure of fibrosis status.
currently UND. No bad side effects
Have svr12 ... waiting for svr 24
I now have SVR 36 weeks.
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Thank you so much every body for those great cheers from the sides!! I am sure that nearly of us will have this same outcome and look forward to hearing the great news from everyone else.

Poodle I think that I do not have fibrosis because I have lived like a Yogi really for most of that time. Mostly very healthy diet and exercize PLUS no alcohol since my early twenties up until a few years ago. I think that is when some of my overt symptoms started but still no fibrosis considering I am a Geno 3a which is supposed to have a higher incidents of serious side effects. I would really like to hear from others about their alcohol use over their lives and see if that may be a co factor in the development of cirrhosis/fibrosis. My understanding is that is a suspected link.
Geno type 3a, infected approx 34-38 years ago. No fibrosis, treatment naive began chinese api daclatasvir/sofosbuvir 7/9/15.
17/12/15 finished treatment week 13 and virus Undetected

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Hello Ann Bee that is fantastic news!! I am happy for you!! You must be ecstatic..

I have had the virus for 40 years and got diagnosed approx 26 years ago..I stopped alcohol around that time as I became quite sick with chronic fatigue (now I think may have been hep c). Since then I have lived a drug alcohol cigarette free life style and eaten healthy food and done yoga/chi gong off and on over the years. My health has never returned although my healthy life style and alternative treatments over the years probably contributed to the hep c virus staying at F2 for years and not progressing. Last year I became very sick and the hep C progressed to F3. I am not certain why this happened but I became very stressed for a few years due to studying and working. And I am older. If anything I put it down to stress. Years ago my GP said to me don't drink alcohol not even one drop as it will aggravate your liver.
Thats not why I stopped alcohol but I do remember her words.
GT2B Diagnosed 1989
Started Tx 6.Nov.2015
F3 Fibroscan 17: April.2015
Alt PreTx: 186 Ast PreTx: 157 VL PreTx: 733,000 27.10.2015
Alt Week 4: 14 Ast Week 4: 28 VL Week 4: UND 7.12.2015
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Week 6 bloods WOOHOO!! 6 years 11 months ago #1840

people who drink with fibrosis end up with end stage liver failure. most people i know who have died were drinkers. the iv users i know are still alive but some have died from other illnesses not hepc.
i am 3a and stopped drinking in 1990 when i found out. got it in 70's. took chinese medicine etc and i still got f4 cirrhosis. i think good luck is in your genes. kindly
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Yes Ann Bee, drinking was not at all possible!! I got dissy and out of concentration everytime I started with a glass, never drink more then one glass,...euhmn every month...sadly, it infects your social life of making fun together and stuff...Good news for ya, and let's have a cup together!!!
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