Yes Indeed You Can!!! However... you may have to take it a little longer, say 24 weeks other than 8 weeks or 12 week. I took HARVONI for 24 weeks because I also took the previous treatment of Interferon/ribavarin and it didn't work. But this time after 24 weeks it did! I am virus free with a clean and healthy liver! Ask your GI Doctor first of course! Good luck!
I am starting next week and while I'm scheduled for 24 weeks my Liver clinic is totally unconcerned that I failed treatment the first time (at about the same time as you). They are so confident they only want my regular bloodworm before I commence. No viral loads until they will show something meaningful, no nothing. It just has to work. :-)
Yes you can. I did the killer Interfuron ( spelling?) and Ribo, non responder 12 years ago. just turned 70 , prob, had this monster for 40 years. My dad died in 1986 of non a non b Hep. It wasn't pretty. So grateful they are paying attention to us and working on offering us a life Hep free.
Just got approved for Harvoni last week . Took 1 week for approval from United Healthcare. I'm on my 4 th pill tonight. I take it at 9:00 pm so far no real side effects. Drink more than 1 Gal. Of water all day. No sleep problems yet, horrible acid reflux. I used Nexium before this and that's a huge no no. Wishing everyone the best.
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