Hey all. I haven't forgotten any of you. I have three and a half months of treatments left. I was dehydrated AGAIN last week. While in the ER, the doc told me that if I get to non detectable, and stay that way for two years, I will be considered cured! That's news to me!! Good news! I just don't feel like replying back to all individually at this time. Kind of headachy today, as Tuesday is injection day. I had two pens malfunction this week too! I was mad! Apparently I hadn't let it get to room temp, and that keeps it from mixing, and the other one just wouldn't mix!! Oh well, I had a third one as I had just refilled for another month. The folks at the 800 # on the peginteferron box are very kind and helpful, and replaced the bad pens for free. I keep getting dehydrated weekly about three days after the injection. I try so hard to drink plenty and eat, but I just can't. It makes me so sick. I still go back between 103 lbs, and 106, even though 125 is my normal weight. Don't you just hate getting an IV put in? The staff seem to automatically assume that I am a druggie when I let them know that I have hep C. It is a degrading disease. Oh well enough babbling. Just wanted to let you all know I'm still fighting, and I haven't forgotten my fellow warriors. Love, Cathie
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