Howdy! I was diagnosed 15 years ago with chronic HepC. I did not change my lifestyle( social drinking, beer and wine only) until now. My numbers haven't changed much in the years since I was diagnosed, but my last Biopsy showed "Moderate" liver damage and my GI want's me to start treatment right away. So I quit drinking three weeks ago and am afraid I am going to aleinate my freinds. They are very understanding and supportive of my decision but I feel odd around them when we are at dinner or just watching sports on TV. I know they are picking up on my dissapointment that I can no longer join in the merriment. Assuming the treatment is successful will I be able to again enjoy a pint o' Guinness at the pub? I know what my GI would say, but I would like to hear from my peers.
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