Newhope74; Sorry but I can't find any of those as side effects but that does not mean they can't happen. When your in for your next blood test ask the doctor or nurse about this. But please don't stop this medication any break in dose can really mess up your therapy and it helps to take extra water. Good luck. Also, most the side effects that do come with this normally go away with continuing use. But always report them to the doctor you don't have any of the effects that they warn about so your fine. best wishes and may you heal quickly brand new life Chuck1957
I finished my treatment June 21, 2017
I was on a 3 month treatment. I had blood test done 4 weeks into it. I tested negative... and I'm still negative as of my last bloodwork in September 2017
I had terrible joint pain. It hurt to get up and walk or do anything. But somehow I managed to work a full time job while on the treatment. I also have the hair loss and still do even these many months after finishing the treatment. It's scary on just how much hair I have lost. You can see the bare spots. I'm worried I might have to start wearing a wig if it don't stop soon. I have hair almost to my waist but now its very thin and does not look healthy at all. I'm thinking about cutting it short because of how thin it has gotten. My main complaint on taking the treatment is memory... or lack of, I should say. It effected my memory so much. Its getting better over time. While I was on the meds I couldn't remember things for more than a second or two. It effected my employment also. I still don't know how I kept my job. Probably because I have worked there many years... Other than that I'm sure I would have lost my job due to making mistakes and not remembering things while at work.
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