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    An_253885 posted:
    My wife has recently got the treatment of Hepatitis C with Pegasys Inj & Evorin. She got 24 pegasys shots (one ) weekly and Two tablets of Evorin 400mg ( Morning & Evening) daily. The last shot she got on August 09,2013. Since then she is having fever and has to take two/three times one Paracetamol (500mg) tablet daily. She has got number of blood tests. All test were within normal ranges except ESR (140) & ANA 1.59. Another ANA test shows ANA (3+ Homogeneous) AMA(Negative) and ASMA(Negative). Please any body guide
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    lupylisa44 responded:
    I suggest you call her doctor
    With love, with patience and with faith, we'll make our way.


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