Hi Lizzie, make an appointment with Doctor Freeman on GP2U, have your genotype, fibroscan score and latest bloodwork and he can prescribe the generics you need, you can also get any GP to refer you to the flinders medical centre hep clinic, they're really helpful there and I'm sure will be happy to monitor your progress.
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*
Thanks for your reply Crazy, Dr Freeman hasn't any appointments, might be on a break. Yes I have made an appointment with random GP and will go to the clinic here hopefully they can bypass the 2 month wait. Now there is a way out I'm way keen to get this in motion.
G1b since “87 This is first treatment VL 1,100,000 F4
24 wk Sof+ Dac started 17/12/2015 Riba 06/01/2016
HB 145 WCC 4.1 Platelets 107
There is an apt available with Doc Freeman on Monday 16 November at 2.30pm @ GP2U via Skype. I suggest you book as soon as you can if you are going to take that option because at least you can be sure that you will be offered a script. It has been my experience that I had been promised a script by a specialist and the very next day that was promise was withdrawn.
gt 1a VL 6m
F2/3 FibroScan - 9KPa in 2011 and 7KPa in 2015
sof/dac 10 December for 12 weeks
pre tx alt 85 ast 51
4 wk alt 34 ast 31 UND <35
8 wk alt 29 ast 32 UND <15
12wk alt 25 ast 25 EOT 3.3.16
SVR24 UND KPa5.3 F0 in normal range
I am well
.forever grateful to fixhepc