I have just finished taking Interferon and Ribavirin for Hep C. I took it for 6 months and was cured of HEP C; however, no my liver and kidneys are suffering. Two months ago I had a perfect liver besides some fat. Now, I have Cirrhosis spots and the dr. said it has acquired 2 YEARS of damage in 30 days.
I was wondering if there was any lawsuit I could join or any other programs? I now am facing cancer most likely and have 4 children and nothing to leave behind to help them.
I have been diagnosed with Hep C since 1996. following your book suggestion I have done 100% better. After liver biopsy, my liver was Great! I have been plagued with cramps, hot flashes, and night sweats, accompanied with kidney or bladder infections..What can I do to help me stop going through antibiotics and their side effects? Thanks for making it easier for me to live with Hep C!
From: Debra Sent: Friday, February 18, 2011 1:59 PM To: Lloyd Wright Subject: hello
Thank you so very much for the d-mannose U-Track.. I looked it up on the internet and most articles say that most people had UTI infections off and on for years and couldn't get rid of it until thay found mannose. They also mentioned E-Coli in almost every article. I didn't feel like I had UTI, I'm positive it was my kidneys but, then again I'm not a doctor. I really feel like the kidney problem was related to my liver and the HCV because of the brown urine and back pain.
Every year, hundreds of kidneys are thrown out because they may be infected with hepatitis C, but they could help many hepatitis C-infected patients waiting for a transplant, Johns Hopkins researchers report.
In fact, since 1995, more than 3,500 kidneys infected with hepatitis C were thrown away. Using hepatitis C-infected kidneys has been controversial, in part due to a 1 percent difference in one-year survival and a 2 percent difference in three-year survival among these patients, the researchers noted.
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