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Bestinge 1 year 7 months ago
The reason why I am writing this review right now is that I really hope that there would be some people who are going to find that what I am writing here (my experience) is going to bring some hope to everyone. first thing I have to mention is that I have been having the Hepatitis C for about 40 years now. no. even more than that because I have had it since around 1970 or so. Most of my life I have had it. Obviously I’ve tried to cure it. I have had the combination of Incevik with Ribavirin and with interferon 3 times in my life but all of them have been unsuccessfully. A few words about that treatment I can say the following: every single time the virus load went very low to near 0 (but never showed actually 0) during the treatment and every single time it returned back within a month or so after completing the treatment. the side effects were very bad every single time (the same side effects) but I was trying my very best to cope with them. anyway. since so many years having it and so many failure attempts – it has progressed all the way to the major cirrhosis and, gasp, liver cancer. Yeah, I do know – an very grim outcome and outlook. However, this was not the end because I have got very lucky and I have got a liver transplant exactly one year ago in April 2015 and very happy to say that I am doing great now! I am having an very good prognosis by all the doctors and there’s nothing that could make me think otherwise as I am feeling fine. And at this moment I am about 3 months into this drug Twinvir TX and have to say that I am completely cleared out of the virus for the first time ever in my life. What I am trying to say here is that there’s always hope. I have got 3 miserable failures and liver cancer. My chances seemed lower than -1. However, now I am all fine, cleared of the virus and no cancer. That is why I just decided to write this and make you understand my point – never give up on hope. I have had myself mentally and emotionally dead for long time and buried and then I have experienced 180 degree turnaround!! And yeah, I do agree that I have got extremely lucky and maybe there’s not everyone who is getting that lucky as I did, however you still should not forget that there is a lot of Hep C research that’s going on and there are new meds that are being researched and putting on the market nearly daily. You got to hang in there and not to give up on hope. Fight until the end and never think that “this is the end” because the end is only when you are dead, otherwise it is still not the end, it is still worth fighting!
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BDM 1 year 8 months ago
I do have an idea where I have contacted Hep C but I can’t be sure. As much as I realize it have happened somewhere in 90-95 or so and initially I was completely asymptotic so I have went and had it like that for a very long time before I even found out that I was actually infected. I have found out by accident when my doctor have done some tests on me and have noticed that there is something wrong with me. anyway, as soon as I have found out that I have Hep C my doctor give me a treatment so I have tried 1 round of a treatment plan back then but it did not helped me as it did not cleared the virus from my body and I remember that I was having some very annoying side effects being very tired and being cranky all the time. so well, I have completed the treatment with twinvir the last August and I was all fine. we all know that after the treatment the virus might return so I have been checking up every month for it. the last time when I have had the blood work in January the virus was still undetectable so I can say that I am still virus free thanks to this drug. really recommend it to everybody who are having Hep C because besides the fact that it helps you and gets rid of the virus – it does not give you side effects. the only side effect that I was able to notice was that after approximately 9-10 days or so after I have started with the treatment – I started to feel like I am having more energy that I have ever had in decades. There’s no point in thinking if you need or you do not need it – trust me you do.