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Prednisone and HVC
Feb 27, 2004
... Hey Wes! What were you prescribed the prednosone for and for how long? As with anything, weigh out the cost and benefits and make sure you are on the right side of the equation. A short term course of prenosone for something potentially serious is not likely to do long term damage. As you know by now, viral load goes up and down normally, so an elevation hasn't got much... (5 replies)
Prednisone and HVC
Feb 27, 2004
... Prednisone can cause the viral levels of hepatitis C to go up and when used for very long periods of time can potentially cause the hepatitis C to progress more rapidly. ... (5 replies)
Prednisone ???
Aug 26, 2003
... Is prednisone safe to take with hepatitis C ? ... (1 replies)

Prednisone and HVC
Feb 27, 2004
... data suggesting benefits for those with hepatitis C. It is an injectable by Amgen called Embrel. It has its own risk profile but it may help as a last resort. Expensive too, I hear. ... (5 replies)
... Agnello V, Chung RT, and Kaplan LM. A role for hepatitis C virus infection in type II cryoglobulinemia. N. Engl. J. Med. ... (0 replies)
... a condition in which abnormal proteins called cryoglobulins form in the blood. Although many people with hepatitis C have evidence of cryoglobulins in their blood, most do not experience symptoms. ... (11 replies)
... Also, now he is saying that I have autoimmune hepatitis and cirrhosis. He said that the cirrhosis is in it's early stages but said that I needed to start prednisone immediately because my ANA was so bad. ... (0 replies)
... Essential mixed cryoglobulinemia is sometimes associated with hepatitis C virus infection. ... (0 replies)
... I don't know if I have autoimmune along with my hepatitis C, but I have been doing some reading. ... (22 replies)
... my husband has been diagnosed with autoimmune hepatitis and the docs say it is a genetic disease which can be ascerbated by a virus or some other cause --the docs don't know why, exactly, people get it. It is separate and distinct from Hep a and b. --not caused by alcohol, drugs or sex. He was on prednisone but it did not stop the liver inflamation so they added cellcept... (10 replies)
... alpha is considered a key stimulant of fibrosis in hepatitis of all types. Inhibiting it for your injury might also be good for a stressed liver? ... (5 replies)
... Hello all, It looks like most of you have Hep C. I was just recently diagnosed with autoimmune hepatitis - caused by your immune system going haywire and attacking the liver, not by a virus. Anyway, I have a question about fibrosis. My biopsy report stated Chronic hepatitis, possible autoimmune hepatitis, with light interface and lobular activity. Slight portal... (1 replies)




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