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... It is now the standard of care to vaccinate against hepA and B. One liver disease is more than enough for anyone, and hepA has been been known to cause liver failure in combination with hepC. ... (7 replies)
I need help!!!
Apr 29, 2006
... DX in 98. Biopsy in 99. THyroid gland removed due to immune problems as it does not run in the family at all. HCV induced I presume. Anyway, my biopsy in 99 was stage 0 grade 1, piecmeal necrosis. I've been sick as a dog on and off for 10 years. ... (9 replies)
... that I have hep c. Was a stage 3 at that point, waiited 1.5 yrs then treated. ... (33 replies)

Treatment?
May 26, 2005
... I have recently received the Hep C diagnosis and am awaiting a liver biopsy (6/22) to know the status of my liver (my ultrasound—given its limitations--showed that my liver, kidneys and all looks absolutely normal). I have not asked for a copy of my labs—yet. But my ALT was about normal 40 something and AST at about 102 (or thereabouts). Honestly, I don’t remember the exact... (10 replies)
... of those with cirrhosis that go into end stage liver disease or failure. ... (9 replies)
... Thanks Thanbey, That's one less thing I have to worry about. I was beginning to wonder if the VA missed diagnosed my liver stage. ... (31 replies)
... If you have accurately reported that your biopsy results were in stage 1(one, right?), then you DO NOT have cirrhosis. In fact, you probably do not have liver disease. Now, I am not your doctor and do not have all the informaiton your doctor does. All I can tell you is that a biopsy result like that is what people pray for and it is not cirrhosis. thanbey ... (8 replies)
... According to most OPO's....the number one reason that people don't sign an organ donor card is that they think their body is "too sick" and "wouldn't be used anyway". ... (3 replies)
... I am not a long term hepper...only had it for five to six years from iv drug use that ended five years ago. Have you thought about treatment being at a stage 2? ... (22 replies)
... responder to the interferon treatment may see an increase in fibrosis progression within one to two years post treatment. This may or may not be the case for you. Enzymes are notoriously unreliable predictors. ... (2 replies)
... Hi, this is also a very good question. (see my answer to your first question in the previous thread). Assuming you are a chronic carrier (which is a good bet because 90% of babies who are exposed at birth and do NOT get the HBIg, become chronic carriers) there are a few different patterns to how your liver reacts. So first off, it's not the virus itself that damages your... (1 replies)
... Well, after 40 years my liver is at what is called Stage 2 where Stage 4 is cirrhosis. My health is good, I have a good diet, and I still have one or two drinks a week. I have read that small amounts of alcohol do not impact how quickly the disease progresses. This, of course, is my own personal decision. ... (22 replies)
... ery sure to have regular check ups for it. This risk is not necessarily diminished by interferon treatments. It i diminished for you as you are not anywhere near cirrhosis of the liver. ... (4 replies)
... Your husband is no where near cirrhosis at a stage 2. If he does not drink alcohol, smoke, expose himself to chemicals and noxious fumes, he will probably outlive us all. ... (7 replies)
... hello Ms. Thanbey I did a biopsy about a month ago with the following findings: 1- Interface Hepatitis(piecemeal necrosis): Mild/moderate (focal, most portal areas). 2- confluent necrosis: focal confluent necrosis. 3- Focal (spotty) lytic necrosis: one focus or less per 10X objective. (8 replies)
... it showed minimal stage 2 damage. In the late fall of 2004, I developed out of control ascites. The very first indication I had developed cirrhoisis. ... (8 replies)
... I guess no one can say that. ... (9 replies)
Pegasys release
Oct 4, 2002
... Viral load is used to compare treatments by the FDA for the approval of the treatments. There is controversy about this, but no one has come up with something better. At one time, it was believed that the liver enzymes would indicate a response. Now, we have the PCR. ... (9 replies)
... I know that there's no way that anyone can tell the stage of liver disease from the tiny pointers this consultant had, and the normal ultrasound wipes out the cirrhosis I think he was thinking I had because of having normal LFTs. As for palmar erythema, I may have it or may not. ... (6 replies)
Hep C ?
Jul 8, 2006
... No Scarring Or Cirrhosis Which Is Great, My Enzyme Level Is At 70, My Viral Load Is 2.6 Million, Alfa Feta Protein Is 2.3, My Pca Is 1.6, They Called It Stage 1 Grade 0. ... (2 replies)




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