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... Treatment is not mandatory and may be dangerous for some people. Also, treatment is not for everyone. Most people with hepatitis C live a long and healthy life and die of unrelated causes. It all depends on the individual and how well they take care of themselves, how lucky they got in the genetic lottery and so forth. ... (6 replies)
Hepatitis C test
Mar 29, 2002
... Your body can give a false positive ,But it is best to get the proper testing again to be sure. Have you ever had a blood transfusion? ... (41 replies)
... It sounds like the test results that you have recieved thus far are incouraging. ... (14 replies)

... I hope that you are coping with your recent diagnosis O.K. First of all, I will try to answer some of your questions. Hepatitis C is generally a slow disease, meaning that it takes a long time to do what it does to your liver. The first thing that you should know is that this is not a death sentence! ... (14 replies)
... It must be out of hope! I simply can not understand why those who have been diagnosed with Hepatitis C would do these things.... ... (14 replies)
Hepatitis C
Sep 6, 2005
... There is no one answer for all people with hepatitis C. The experience of your friend is rare for someone with a newly acquired infection so I am inclined to believe that she may have had liver disease for a long time and it is only recently discovered. ... (10 replies)
... pain got so intense that I could not stand, I crawled to find help and ultimately found myself waking up from surgery for an ectopic pregnancy that had ruptured a fallopian tube. That surgery saved my life, as did another one that followed in 5 weeks. However it also was how I became infected with Hepatitis C. ... (3 replies)
... I'm sorry tht you have been through so much with your son. ... (6 replies)
Need some answers
Jun 25, 2005
... People with cirrhosis can lead a normal life, within the limits of the fatigue and symptoms. Everything you describe is fairly typical of what one would expect. ... (1 replies)
... As long as I have been reading posts from many different sites, I have not heard anything positive about treaments for Hep C except the person may have declined enzyms for maybe six months. ... (7 replies)
... I can tell you, in general, about hepatitis C. I cannot tell you anything at all about your mother. ... (13 replies)
... Compounding that error, he prescribed a medication with a tylenol. The error was that all the follow up would have ocurred before the crisis and so would the follow up biopsy. ... (4 replies)
... First things first. Hepatitis C is NOT a death sentence. ... (5 replies)
... Your boyfriend is suffering through an incredibly difficult treatment in which drugs are making him completely miserable. He probably can't concentrate on you or a relationship right now. In some ways, he is trying to just survive. ... (3 replies)
... You made a choice for yourself in consultation with your provider. That is what patients need to do. Your decision, however, is your decision and does not necessarily apply to anyone else. ... (39 replies)
Hepatitis B
Feb 25, 2011
... Your right though about how serious this can be I have yet to find any survivors like myself. ... (6 replies)
Newly diagnosed
Jan 10, 2005
... Hepatitis C is a very slow moving disease. When progression happens, it could be accelerated by some lifestyle choices made before you were aware of your status. I encourage you to have the biopsy so that you know where you stand. You may not need to treat any time soon, but you also may. ... (4 replies)
... You DO have choices, especially since you don't have liver disease and, at your age and being female, you are unlikley to develop serious liver disease anyway. Studies show women fair far better than men and develop liver disease less frequently. ... (2 replies)
Need info
Feb 25, 2004
... All of the information you have asked for can be found on the website below my name. ... (3 replies)
... There are many factors that I feel should be discussed with and told to the patient making a treatment decision. ... (39 replies)

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