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Mrsentlittly 1 year 7 months ago
So well Ledifos is an amazing drug although I’ve been thinking the opposite of this. I have had Hep C for a lot of years now, however not sure why but I was not worrying too much about it (except for the fact that I was trying to be careful not to infect others – really tried to protect other people from it). however it has changed when my tests (the liver function and Hepascore etc) began to show that the treatment was a must be. I have to admit that being worried about the side effects that this drug could give me (frankly… a bit psychosomatically) I was attributing every single sound of my body, every rumble, little pain, twitch, headache (even when I was not getting any headache) as well as discomfort to the Ledifos. This is why I was not thinking that it is a good drug. with time and with the way I was thinking: it has become very hard for me to remember as how I was exactly feeling before I started to get the pills and even if I somehow barely could do it, whatever the issues was (the ones I could remember) this time around I was attributing them to the Hep C. I have to tell you all that there occurred a lot of things during the 84 days of this treatment I have had with Ledifos. Some of them are: one night of sweats (full night), some real and very bad fatigue in the days period of taking it 16 – 21, some belly palsy symptoms (all of them) and a couple of other things that I have remembered too (and some of them have appeared before using this drug). as much as regarding to the sweating – you know how when you are having a cold and after a couple of days you are sweating during the night and then the cold is getting broke? The colds are viruses (as we all know – I guess) and the Hep C is a virus too. that is why later I have decided to interpret those sweats as a good sign that the virus is losing and it is getting beaten up. not sure if that’s true but at least I’ve tried to think logical and that’s what I’ve got. Lol. Anyway. there are a lot of more side effects that I can say and mention here (though, as I said – I am not sure whether I can or I cannot attribute them to the Ledifos) anyway, even if there are some effects that are attributed to it then I can tell you that the side effects were all minimal (whatever they are) and 2 months after I have had my last pill (the 84th) I am still undetected and I am all fine so I can tell you for sure – it is this drug that has done it – Ledifos. That is why thank you a lot Hetero for making such a good product. (by the way, I’ve done a bit of research and I’ve seen that Ledifos is made by Hetero company but this is a generic version of Harvoni which is made by Gilead company. It means that Harvoni is more expensive and I think that there is no need for you to go for the expensive one as long as Ledifos works just as good. also, I can tell you the following: my recommendation is unless your doctor is telling you – do not stop! a few months of discomfort is absolutely nothing (and not that bad to endure) especially if compared to the consequences that Hep C has. I can tell you that we are very fortunate that we do not need to endure that regimen of interferon for those people who were treated in the past. From the researches I have done I’ve seen those people complaining from the Interferon regimen and that was much worse than the Ledifos regimen. I really hope that you would be fine people and I wish you all the best and a life free of Hep C virus since I know how hard it can be to live with it. good luck in your treatments.
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Staub 1 year 8 months ago
My entire experience with this drug was very pleasant and this is why I am here – I want to let other people know that this drug can do an amazing job with your hep c as it done for me. let me explain it all. I was very skeptical about everything. First, I was skeptical that it would work. Second, I was skeptical that it won’t give me side effects and third I was skeptical that EVEN IF (somehow) it gets me rid of the hep c – it would return back (I’ve heard lots of stories people saying that their Hep C returned after the treatment). I was wrong all the time. very good experience with it. I have to say that I have had no side effects at all (which I have been shocked since I was nearly sure that I would expect some, at least some..). but not, somehow this drug has managed not to give me anything so I was feeling normal every single day during the treatment with it. gotta say that I have been denied by my drug insurance to cover it. initially it was not Ledifos but I wanted to get Harvoni. I haven’t since my insurance (medicaid and medicare) did not wanted to cover it because it is expensive. They did not wanted to cover anything but my doctor somehow managed to get it (she put up a fight and kept applying until she somehow has got me the drug) but the generic – Ledifos, we’ve been trying to get Harvoni. Now I see that there is no need to get Harvoni as the generic does a perfect job too. since I have got hep c (and many others in my life) I gotta say that 3 months of this medication was only a rain drop in the entire bucket that I have expected of side effects since I am always getting the raw deals in my life. also, as I said, I was not thinking that I am going to get cured of it since I have had it for so long in my life and I’ve been thinking that it is already in my DNA or something and there’s nothing in this world to get it out. as I said – I’ve been wrong. So well. started my treatment and the time flied, 3 months went like a breeze but to be honest I think that they went like that because I have had no side effects. anyway, as I said – no side effects at all and I’ve been taking my medications like I have been supposed to take for those 3 months religiously. After 3 months, having no side effects, and the drug getting me rid of the hep c – I was sure that this horrible virus would return back (since life showed me that nothing is that easy) however, no… not at all. it seems that there are exceptions and I have not got it back. An amazing drug. a perfect one. does whatever is supposed to do and it does not make you feel bad. What else I would want to have? Sure thing I recommend Ledifos to other people.