Hi my name is Grey I'm 16 I started treatment 3 weeks ago for the second time I also did it when I was 11 I'm not gonna lie it takes you to hell and back but in the end I promise it's worth it. My parents are also recovering alcoholics and drug addicts so I've been around it all my life please reply if you or your daughter needs someone to talk to you. You and your daughter are in my thoughts and prayers!!View Thread
Hi, I'm 16 and last week I started treatment... Again. I have chronic hep c geno 1 and I would just like to know if there is anyone close to my age that I could possibly talk to because I kind of feel alone.View Thread
Yeah we'll my parents don't necessarily like it but if could save my life so they can live with it. My mom nurses to while my dad tells me to buck up so I guess it's a good mix. Umm I had some close friends and then everyone found out that I have hep c through rumors so now everyone thinks I have aids or HIV. And I do have a wonderful doctor very explanatory, I'm just having problems feeling like I'm the only one going through this at my age and predicaments.View Thread
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