My sister has half her liver...she was a nurse and feels she probably got this disease from a pin prick years ago. she is amazed at how everyone wants to figure out how they got it. I am more concerned about how she can survive this medication. I had her stay with me the first week. She had her shot, seemed fine for a a day and a half and then began to make no sense. She knew what she wanted to say but it all came out twisted. I didn't know what to do or what she was saying. We hoped that this was something that would not reappear. In fact her Hep C doctor said he never heard of this. Confusion yes...but this was taking in a realm he had not known. I want to know if anyone has had the same reaction. She slept a lot that day, but i did make the mistake of waking her up for her meds schedule. I hear that the fifth month is really hard on a patient and want to move her in with me before that point. Can anyone tell me what to expect? Have you had these issues? So it's been three weeks now and she still has her day of making no sense, and two really bad days following that. But she knows that sat, sun mon ar ethe good days then back to the shot on tues. I am her sole support, i want to give her what she needs but am myself confused about all this. Any help would be so appreciated. I pass blessings and prayers on to all of you . I have been reading this for several months now and feel i have learned a great deal from your q/a. thank you Kathi
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