Thats a tricky one - if it were me and if its morning you normally have your dose then tomorrow I would wait till the evening to take your next one so that you allow your body time to process the double dose. That said im not a doctor Hopefully some others can cast some ideas here also.
If side effect free take it at the normal time. If you think you are getting side effects and were dosing in the morning take the next dose in the evening, and the following one at lunch, and the the following back in the morning.
Thanks a lot for the good advice. I´m not suffering from any side effects, so I´ll take my pill as normal today.
I actually have a pillbox with the days of the week on it (I don´t understand how I could have managed without it. The TX have left me with a new understanding for all women out there eating pills on on a daily basis:)) I´ve had a week off work in connection with easter and actually mixed up the days.....
Happy easter to everyone!
Genotype 1b - Tx naive
Pre Tx Vl 8 900 000, Alt 52
2 weeks VL160
4 weeks VL 43
7 weeks VL UND
SVR 12 UND
Startet Tx 6. feb 2016 Hepcivir-L (Generic Harvoni from Cipla)
Hey Paulino - I did a very similar thing this morning. Opened up my pill box and took pill for Sunday, then looked and freaked as Saturday's pill was still there - It took me around 10 mins to remember yesterday was Good Friday and today is actually Saturday! So yep, pill boxes help but can't sort our muddled minds!
Glad you had no ill effcts of double dose. Happy Easter to you too, let's hope we have more of yesterdays sunny weather from now on. Still very cold here today in England.
GT1a Dec14 F2/8.7 VL 900000-2.5M
Jan16 Hepcivir-L MonkMed/Redemption
Baseline: VL 913575 Alt 76 Platelets low
Wk2 VL1157 Alt 23
DET Wk 8 VL 32 Alt19 'In the slow lane'
June16 Fibro 5.7 F0/1 LIF 1.5
Wk 11 VL<12 Alt 13 Det/Unq
Extending tx 12 wks Mylan Sofo/Dac MonkMed
Wk 14 VL <12 Det/Unq
Wk 16 VL UNDETECTED
Wk 22 + 4 Wks Sunprevir FixHepC
Wk 24 UNDETECTED Alt 13
Wk 12 post tx SVR12 Wk 26 SVR24
Thank-you Tim, Dr Debasis @ MonkMed & Dr Freeman @ Fix HepC