I see your post was 5 months ago and hope you're still posting on this site. I need all the support I can get and wish I had a hot line directly to my doctor. How are you doing with your treatment? I hadn't thought of yogurt. I seem to feel "full" too with very small appetite.Though when my stomach is empty, I feel worse - weird huh?View Thread
Hi. I'm just starting day 7 of my Pegasys/Ribavirin/Incivek treatment. Second shot tomorrow. So glad to have found you. I've been looking for a support in my area and online and just happened on your post! I feel lethargic and blah - almost like an old hangover. Appetite comes and goes and I'm not usually hungry when time for Incivek, especially at 11pm at night! I did note that you said you eat a light diet with small amounts of constant fat. I hadn't been doing that. Thought they only meant at meds time. I've been careful because I have diabetes, high blood pressure and a tendency toward high cholesterol, though I'm on the thin side. I also feel like I'm already losing weight which I'm not very happy about. It's comforting to air my concerns with someone who understands.View Thread
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