For those of you who are use to seeing my around, I want to let you know I haven't forgotten about you. I am on the home-stretch of this treatment and oh boy is my body protesting lately! I've always battled low red blood cells during this, but now my white blood cells have dropped too. That explains a lot of the problems I've been having the last month. My riba got dropped down to 1000 mg's. And my migraines that were controlled are now out of control. Is it just me or does it seem the last two months seem to drag on forever? Up till now treatment has flew by. I'm looking forward to being able to look back and say, hey I survived 48 weeks and it's all done!
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