Hello to all my new friends that are going through the same things I am. I have some questions, but first I want to say I'm in my 10th week of treatment. yes I had some side effects in the beginning but nothing that I thought was horrible. I have gained 25 pounds with the Insivik I have 2 more weeks of those purple monster pills (joking). Will I lose the weight once I finish the Insivik? Do the side effects get any worse? Right now I am suffering from fatigue, which leads to frustration not depression because I can't do alot of things I always did.I come to work everyday, although I don't have a laborous job, I work for local government. My legs and walking distance seems to be the major complaint. I assume it's because of the extra weight I've put on, plus I have a thyroid disease which doesn't help.I am so tired of having to have such regimental eating schedule. I am so tired of eating. My Dr. said that after 8 weeks the viral load is undetectable in my blood. I'm not sure what that means.Any info will be greatly appreciated.View Thread
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