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... Ok, that clears up some of the fog, thank you. ... (13 replies)
... Liver biopsy is required for staging hepatic fibrosis in patients with chronic hepatitis C, but it is an expensive procedure with occasional complications and poor patient acceptance. ... (7 replies)
... but it does sound like some fibrosis has begun for sure. How long do you think you've been infected? ... (5 replies)

Results are in!
Jan 10, 2003
... I'm really pleased about the genotype. This is one of the easier genos to treat, right? ... (2 replies)
... Cudagirl, I started with a viral load over a million, don't remember exactly how much as my copies of the tests are at home, my alt and ast were both as high as any I've heard. I ended up being diagnosed last fall and started treatment this January. ... (11 replies)
... is fibrosis going on to the early stages of cirrhosis. However not many of my readings refer that much to the grading part of the biopsy. ... (8 replies)
Treatment?
Jul 8, 2005
... Nodes are tissue of unknown origin. could be fat, could be scar tissue or something else. ... (10 replies)
... I am having trouble making sense of the information in your posting. ... (5 replies)
... just wanted to say welcome to the forum to Sue and Crybabytoo, as you can see, great people lots of info and valued opinions. ... (17 replies)
Treatment?
Jul 8, 2005
... Thanks Thanbey! I just spoke with my surgeon (who first saw my liver last year), and he corrected me. He did not see "nodes", but he saw adhesions on the liver, around gall bladder, and the stomach. He said it looked as if it had been inflamed at one time and then healed itself. I think I still want the biopsy, though I'm a little nervous what that entails. Tayah (10 replies)
... ortal areas show vaaariable amounts of inflammation,from virtually no inflammation to grade 2 inflammation with focal minimal piecemeal necrosis.bile ducts appear intact. ... (2 replies)
... Stage 4 fibrosis is the first stage of cirrhosis. There are stages of cirrhosis, too, so don't think this is end stage liver disease. Not by a long shot! ... (9 replies)
... As far as i am concerned i was told i reached stage 3 plus fibrosis last week which is a pretty bad news given the fact stage 4 means first grade of cirrhosis. Hepatologist also told i could make my way down to lower stages but he made it clear i will have to take my VIREAD for at least four more years. ... (6 replies)
... I did go home a couple of hours early anytime I could. ... (6 replies)
... Hi, that stage 2 rating is more than likely for fibrosis. If I remember my staging you hit cirrhosis at a stage 4. I was a 3 with early signs of cirrhosis when I started and will probably ask for a new biopsy about 6 months after tx just to see what's what. ... (6 replies)
... Here are the strategies I have been recommending for preserving the health of your liver and improving your chances of never having liver disease due to hepatitisC. ... (10 replies)
Will I make it?
Oct 3, 2010
... I was diagnosed with Cirrhosis with findings of stage 4 Fibrosis. Im Hep C clear aflter recently completing a years treatment. I havent drank for over 10 years. No varicies. No fluid retention. Any hope? ... (0 replies)
Will I make it?
Oct 3, 2010
... I was diagnosed with Chirrotic Hep C with findings of stage 4 fibrosis. I'm Hep C clear so far will I make it? ... (0 replies)
... Geno 1 Result of Biopsy chronic Hep C mild activity grade 2 of 4 stage 0 fibrosis (19 replies)
Numerous exposures
Oct 21, 2002
... It is believed that the hepatitis C virus has evolved over a period of several thousand years. ... (5 replies)




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