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    Just needing people to talk to that understands.....Feel so alone
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    Amydoll2020 posted:
    I have hep c and am having ALOT of blood work done so my ins will see if they will pay for treatment. I don't feel physically like anything is wrong. Needing others that's been there from there to help me know what to expect. I think I've had it a yr. I'm not perfect I went down a ugly road of drugs and that's how I contracted it. I'm 33 clean but this Monster haunts me from relationships to jobs. Just needing to talk and have others who understand. I FEEL SO ALONE !
     
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    LeftyLOSVR responded:
    There are millions of people with hep c. Search for hep c forums and you will see many going through this I had it 30 yrs and finally they found a cure to the disease for good! See a heptologist doctor (liver specialist) and get on the curable pill before you risk getting great liver damage or cirrosis. Best wishes...


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