Sounds like you're going well Geno 1b4. The extra energy we experience in the early weeks of Tx means we tend to do more than usual, so maybe your pain in upper back right side is part of this. I'm assuming you mean the scapula - shoulder blade region? Neck and shoulder muscles, especially if you're right-handed, maybe sore from a workout. But if you have neck problems, the cervical vertebrae can pinch nerves that radiate pain into the scapula, shoulder, and/or down the arm into the hand and fingers.
Do you have a heat pack to apply? Maybe some 'Deep Heat' to rub in; 'Voltaren Emulgel' is good for local inflammation too; good old Tiger Balm (although they use petrochemicals and mineral oils as base) has a very soothing essential oil blend.
Body aches and pains are commonly reported here, so having some therapeutic items for back-up will help.
There is a section on contra-indicated medicines, herbs, supplements on here under Main Forum>Experts Corner. Some people don't like to discuss their GI issues
but many are having problems like constipation, loose stools etc. So, diet needs to be modified as you notice things, pay attention to anything you're eating that leaves you bloated, tired afterwards (common sign of gluten 'crash' intolerance) and change in stools. Don't eat too much meat, especially red, as it takes a lot of work for your liver to break down. Heavy meals overall probably not a good thing, stick with lighter meals and healthy snacks. Remember your liver is in a Battle with the DAA army against the HCV army - so it's working hard as it is.
If you're having the sweats and dry mouth keep up your water intake, if you're having severe sweats (like I have) you need electrolytes too, also if you have episodes of diarrhoea.
Your blood results look good
wish you well on your journey.