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Claudine, Did your Liver enzymes drop during treatment, and if so did they normalize and remain there during the balance of your treatment? Bob ... From:Aug 2, 2000 1 of 11View SourceClaudine,
Did your Liver enzymes drop during treatment, and if so did they normalize
and remain there during the balance of your treatment?
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From: claudine intexas <claudineintexas@...>
Sent: Wednesday, August 02, 2000 12:04 PM
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> --- CHARLEY118@... wrote:
> > When i started treatment [combo] iwas over 5mil
> > after 3 month was 1mil
> > 6month 600.000 was not texted at 9month 12month back
> > up over 5mil
> > Charley
> Dear Charley,
> Sounds familiar! My pretreatment viral load was
> 110,000, then viral load dropped to 35,000 at week
> four, then slowly began climbing right back up! Went
> on high dose, dropped a little, then right back up
> again. We are true non-responders, sorry to say! Are
> you genotype 1b also?
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... Dear Bob, Yes, they did go to normal a month or two into treatment, and they stayed that way the whole time. (Not real low, but about half or less of whatAug 3, 2000 1 of 11View Source--- rep@... wrote:
> Claudine,Dear Bob,
> Did your Liver enzymes drop during treatment, and if
> so did they normalize
> and remain there during the balance of your
Yes, they did go to normal a month or two into
treatment, and they stayed that way the whole time.
(Not real low, but about half or less of what they
were prior to treatment.) That was the one good thing
about that year (53 weeks), I feel like my liver got a
break! However, by about 2 or 3 months after I
stopped they were back up again, with my ALT in the
80's. I did not have another PCR done for 10 months,
and I realize now it must have been very high (for me)
probably within a few weeks of quitting the treatment.
My PCR was 50,000 when I quit, and at ten months it
was 806,000. At 11 months it was 440,000. In June it
was down to 190,000, so it is finally back down to
about my pre-treatment levels. My ALT was 80. I
think everything is stable for now.
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