so we went for my husb's 15 wk dr appt yesterday and good news...we were concerned his wbc were down b/c even tho on the procrit his energy just isn't there at all again. the dr said on paper you look good, you may not feel good, but everything looks good! i'm so relieved he won't have to be on another med! he may even be able to go everyother wk on the procrit as his hemoglbn is 11.2. in answer to my ? about the likelihood of the virus returning after tx, he said that for a genotype 3 who cleared at wk 4 the percentage of the virus NOT coming back is 89-90%! what a relief! no, it's not 100, but i feel good about it! 15th shot down, 9 to go, we are in the single digits and the end is in sight! thank you to all here! this has been a great site for info, encouragement and support. i am so thankful i found this site and even tho my husb doesn't come on here himself he's thankful for it too. thank you, thank you, thank you!
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