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High temperatures. 6 years 6 months ago #2282

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Good day to you,
Today I am the happy and grateful recipient of Sof and Dac. Living in Perth, the temp often rises to over 25 degrees even inside. In your opinion, would it be best to store my treasure in the fridge? Thank you for any comments and I hope you have a good day.
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High temperatures. 6 years 6 months ago #2283

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Hey Sonia

I would consider it if it gets anything above this. However, I'm sure there are cooler spots it the house. Example I store mine in the bathroom as it seems to be the most insulated spot and seems to remain a little cooler. I don't think it's a deal breaker at this temp but yeah maybe the fridge if there are no cool places. Hope your tx is going ok with minimal sides. Em
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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High temperatures. 6 years 6 months ago #2312

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I got told to keep the Dac in the fridge and the Sof cool and DRY by a pharmacist..
Two time relapser.

SVR 4 achieved 12/16 at last
SVR 12 achieved 22/02/2017 The Bastard has been defeated :):):)

GT 3 - about 28 yrs with HCV
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High temperatures. 6 years 6 months ago #2315

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Either way i guess. It is interesting that onnthe testing data sheets it says below 4 and on my bottles it says below 30? I think James mentioned somewhere that reasomable room temp is ok? What do others think? Em
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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High temperatures. 6 years 6 months ago #2325

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Room temp. But keep a sachet of silica in the containers to absorb any airborne moisture.
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High temperatures. 6 years 6 months ago #2327

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Paul-Jarman-facebook wrote:
I got told to keep the Dac in the fridge and the Sof cool and DRY by a pharmacist..


Ziplock with some dessicant packets? Just a thought
GT1a since 1988, diagnosed 1990
F0, tx naive
VL 262,000 ALT 40 AST 26 GGT 13 Fibroscan 04/12/15 - 2.9
Started Mesochem sof/dac 12 weeks 01/01/2016
11/02/2016 - 6 weeks UNDETECTED
AST 26
ALT 26
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High temperatures. 6 years 6 months ago #2328

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I just got told by pharmacist to keep the Dac in the fridge and the Sof cool and dry in fact it was packaged so pills were individually sealed on sheets to protect them.
Two time relapser.

SVR 4 achieved 12/16 at last
SVR 12 achieved 22/02/2017 The Bastard has been defeated :):):)

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High temperatures. 6 years 6 months ago #2335

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I keep sof dac and riba in the fridge,but use a dessicant.We are approaching summer here.Today it got to 33C
Gen 1b 40yrs,tx naive, f3/f4.VL too high to quantify.
Started tx 12Oct.sof and riba India via greg.Dac from Mesochem.
4wk result virus not detected,all liver functions in normal ranges.
Only SE intermittent insomnia.Feel great and grateful otherwise
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High temperatures. 6 years 6 months ago #2340

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Just raided my vitamin bottles to get the silica sachels. Em
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High temperatures. 6 years 6 months ago #2352

I bought some food safe silica sachets on Ebay. They are only the 5gram tiny size. I will be putting a couple in each bottle of medication

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