I live in Australia and was given a book by Don Colbert with
your web site address in it. It has been very informative.
While I have only read a few messages on your board, no-one
mentions the geno types. It has been my experience here
in Australia that is how we clarify the degree of recovery.
I hava tried interferon combination treatmenet although it
severely attack me instead of the virus so they had to take
me off it.
Apparently geno type 1b which I have I have
been told is the most agressive. My liver has entered
into cirrohis sometime in the last 6 months with my liver
too stressed to have anymore biopsies at the moment. While
my ALTs are 200 and rising,
my platlets are dropping to 80's.
I notice that you talk about ALT's in millions, so perhaps
we have a different system here.
What are results are you aware of with geno type 1b?
Thanks your site is informative and I shall look for your
book here. Not that I don't want to use your service
but the dollar makes it twice the price plus postage.
MAy God bless you all
Interferon's do not work, especially
They are not the most aggressive, 1a and 1b are just not
received well with interferon's.
IU/ml is the measurement the US uses for viral load also
Copies are higher.
I would read my books and do what I did because people who
do have the best results. We ship to Australia all the
time. It is a bit expensive but well worth it.
You should have a Ferritin test. This test measures
the amount of iron in the liver. If it is high
and it is in 25% of males and 8 % of females, it will all
by itself drive up the AST and ALT and the viral load.
A few phlebotomies will lower it and the numbers.
You do not need biopsies, a ultra sound and a blood test
is non invasive and can give one the same results.