1st June 2015
Well not that much to report. The few side effects I have had are minor. A bit of insomnia (It’s 11 p.m. now and I just got out of bed because I could not sleep so I’m writing this). A bit of a loss of appetite, nothing significant but it is noticeable. No head aches or nausea. On the positive side nose bleeds have totally stopped. Also: I cut myself in the garden (accidentally) and the bleeding stopped like it used to before I had Hep C.
But, of course, I lay in bed and worry “What if I have brought home fake meds?” It’s always at the back of my mind. So I have the paperwork from the doctor to get my viral load and enzyme level blood tests. He suggested waiting one month before I get the tests done but I am thinking I might get them done tomorrow just to get some indication of what is happening. If the viral load and enzymes are both way down then I can stop getting stressed about the fake medication thing.
I think the viral load test takes a few days to get the results so I guess I should have them by Friday. I will post them as soon as I get them.
Also I have been asked a lot about whether I have any trust worthy contacts for mail order Sofosbuvir out of India. At this point I do not but I am trying to source someone with a proven trust record. If I find someone I will certainly let you know.
Tuesday 2nd June 2015
Mail Order Sofosbuvir
Here is the link to an interesting article on generic Sofosbuvir published today in a US newspaper, Bloomberg Business News. Of particular interest is the last section of the article which examines the on-line availability of generic Sofosbuvir. Whilst I am sure that there are bona fide on-line resellers of these generic drugs I still have no confirmation of anyone buying them. But I will keep you posted.
Hep C Treatment: Minor Side Effects
1st June 2015