Hello everyone! So, just a couple of weeks ago I was posting about how worried I was about going through this process. I was worried that this wasn't a legit website, and that no one could possibly care this much to help other people be free of Hep C. Well, yesterday I recieved my medication, and I just took my second dosage. I am taking Sofosbuvir/Declatasvir. No side affects yet, except for the need to drink lots of water. I slept better last night than I have in a very long time and I am hoping this continues and I don't develop the insomnia that others have experienced. I am genotype 3, the type that is harder to cure, but I have hope, and I am expecting to buy another round of medication to be rid of this for good. I can't even put into words how gracious I am to the doctor and others that are responsible for this program. One day I will hopefully be able to say it how I want to, but right now, just thank you. I was diagnosed with Hep C in December of 2015 after years and years of drug abuse, I had been clean for about 6 years when I was hit with this bomb. After I had gotten clean, went back to school, and did everything I could to change my life for the better, I was dealing with the negligence of those drug addicted years. I literally think back at those times in my life and cringe. Who was that person? Once I look at my paperwork and find my medical info that other users post, I will make another post with that information so to help other people that may be going through this similiar process. I have researched over the counter meds, etc. that can interact with my medication but I was unable to find out about birth control, such as Mononessa and its interaction with my medication, if any. Does anyone have any info on that? I took it yesterday evening and my heart seemed to beat a little fast for about an hour. Kinda worried me a little. I don't have to take the birth control, it is just used as an aid with menstrual symptoms and I can stop taking it without fear of getting pregnant. If anyone has info about that I would appreciate it. Anyway, here is the beginning of my journey. I pray I am on the good side of the odds.