Of course you'll be ok. Just keep in mind the expense and how you've struggled to get approved for this med. I really want to clear this virus so I've set the alarm on my phone to go off every day, take the Harvoni, and mark it on a calendar. It sometimes creates a little brain fog and I don't want to be second guessing, did I take it or didn't I. That's just what works for me. I also phone the pharmacy a few days ahead to check insurance approval and delivery so I don't run out. Come up with a system that'll work for you. Hang in there and let's beat this deadly virus.
From what I understand,I'm supposed to take the pill at the same time everyday to keep the level of harvoni in my system consistent... my dr.did say if I ever forget to take it,just take it as soon as I remember,and missing a single dose could be an absolute negative impact on the goal of tx due to the resistance we all build against the NS5A inhibitor (ledipasvir) once it's introduced into our systems.once treated with an NS5A inhibitor,we will not be candidates for tx with it again due to this high resistance.Please talk to your Dr.& as other members here have mentioned designate a specific time to take your pill,use alarm(s),& any other method that's effective for reminding you its "pill time"... I keep a log of the date & time I take my pills...
- Harvoni Information for Consumers
- Harvoni Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Harvoni (detailed)
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