Hi peanut-just found out from a routine blood work up that I have hcv type 1 and I am 57 yrs old. blood work is all good, have a liver scan tomorrow, OMG was I shocked !!! Don't drink anymore or do drugs but 30 some odd yrs ago I did all that, and I think that's where I got mine. Looking for anyone who is chronic like me who is able to live a healthy life with no liver damagel. New drugs are coming out in Dec, much better then what we have now, hope I can hold out til then...how are you doing it? I have heard some people never do get sick, just stay chronic with a viral load, but never sick..Please share your thoughts with me if you would please. my boyfriend (ICU nurse) and I both lost spouses to cancer, so this one has thrown us both of track if ya know what I mean. I try to keep the humor goin, stay offf my pitty pot. Just hard some times..Thanks, AliceView Thread
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