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2b waiting on SVR12 2 months 3 weeks ago #27531

Hey guys, I really had no idea there weren't that many 2b's! I am 4 weeks post treatment with Epclusa and feeling great. Was undected at week 4 and had AST ALT levels normalize then from 288 ast and 162 ALT not sure what my virial load was. Fibroscan was f0-f1 and have had the virus since 2012. Do we 2bs really have a 100% cure rate on here? I hope so! Thanks guys
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2b waiting on SVR12 2 months 3 weeks ago #27532

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Hello Aaron, and welcome to the forum. Things do look very good , and the cure rate with Epclusa for genotype 2 patients is indeed a near perfect. Looking forward to your cure announcement in 2 months or so :)
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2b waiting on SVR12 2 months 3 weeks ago #27534

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Hello Aaron,

The cure rate for GT2 with either Sofosbuvir/Daclatasvir or Sofosbuvir/Velpatasvir (Epclusa) is very high. Not quite 100% but close.

The 12 weeks of waiting is hard. You can check your liver enzymes every 4 weeks and if these remain normal you can be confident that all is well. A CMP from link2labs fixhepc.com/link2labs will cost $10 so it's a cheap way of keeping tabs on things.

Best of luck, but, if you were a horse, I'd be betting on you for the win.
YMMV
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2b waiting on SVR12 2 months 3 weeks ago #27535

Thanks I'm going to check that link too, that would be really great because my insurance said I went over my allotted amounts of blood work for a year (which was only 4). Will let you guys know results when I get them :)
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