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Hello everyone. I am not taking this drug but I’m about to and I hope a lot that it will work. I have been reading lots and lots of reviews about the combo of sofosbuvir with ledipasvir on the internet and to be honest those people’s reviews and talks made me think and want to start with this product. In fact, I have been reading reviews and talks about a drug which is being called Harvoni – it is a drug that is pretty much the same as Resof L. or at least that’s what I have understood and please correct me if I am wrong. From what I could read and understand – both Harvoni and Resof L are having active ingredients of ledipasvir and sofosbuvir (same mg, same ratio etc.). in short, from what I have read – Resof L is only the generic version of the Harvoni this is why they both need to work almost identically. The only thing is that Harvoni is much more expensive. That is why I went after Resof L. initially I wanted the Harvoni, but the price was “cloudy” for me. I have to mention that I’ve contacted hepatitis C a very long time ago. I have been a regular IV drug user somewhere in early 90s and I have been continuing to have IV drugs sharing with stupid dumbasses like me for a while. I have contacted the hep C geno type 1 A. I have had hepatitis C for a long time without knowing that I have it. I did not know that I had it until I tried to give some blood (in 2002 if I remember correctly) when a friend of mine asked me to give it for his friend that had a car crash. When I went it giving blood the docs are doing some basic tests and that’s where I have found that I have hep C. the doc told me that I cannot do it because I have hep. Initially I didn’t even believed him, thinking that it is some kind of joke or something. That doc was the one who told me that often people with hep C does not get any symptoms for years. when I have found out about this I went to my doctor right away and I have started my treatment after he had some more tests on me. I’ve also read online that there are lots of people like: who have been put on Interferon and Ribavirin and lots of them have not found it helpful. or at least this is what I’ve read when searching information. also, I’ve seen that a lot of people said that this combination is dangerous. I also think that it really is because when I have been on that treatment – it has almost killed me too because the terrible side effects. in fact, to be honest, I think that I have never fully recovered from what I’ve got back then. In fact I can remember that when I just have started the treatment with that combo of interferon and ribavirin – they have started to show me a bit of success dropping down my virus load (even though the side effects was always a problem) but after that my numbers exploded and went up right back. That was the first and my last attempt to get rid of hepatitis C. never had any treatments anymore because those were the only drugs available back then. So for a while now I have found out about the combo of ledipasvir and sofosbuvir and got really intrigued. As I said, after I have done some research (lots of research) and readings I have been even more interested to try it and I surely will. So I am going to meet with my doctor in a few days and I am going to take it. I really hope very much that it is going to work not like worked the previous combo. I have found out that I would need to take it for 12 weeks and that I would need to take 1 pill a day for those 12 weeks which means 84 pills. to be honest, I am pretty excited about this and especially if thinking about the fact that there’s an approximate 90-95% success rate for my genotype. Why wouldn’t I use it? thank you all who have made reviews about these drugs. Maybe when I would finish my treatment I would make a review about it too.

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I have had HCV genotype 1 for more than 40 years now and I was living with it for all that time because I could not do anything about it until I started with the Resof L treatment. this drug is truly amazing. I have started to take it a long time ago. I mean, it is not 14 weeks or so since I take it. more than 2 months. but I am happy I did because this drug is doing the job that it needs to do so I just wanted to come here and to leave a review about it so everybody would know that this medicine for hepatitis c is very good and it is worth giving it at least a try, so talk to your doctor if you’re search for something that would help with your HCV. It did help me so I think it should help you as well. my HCV genotype 1 has been showing a virus load of about 10 mil when had a test for it but I have to say that it has been a pretty big surprise for me seeing that I’m not having any hepatitis symptoms at all. but I knew that they would appear sooner or later that is why I have decided to start my treatments before they would appear. I have started with Resof L and in less than 2 months (approximately 6 weeks or so) after I started the treatment I have had a blood test and it has showed that there are no signs that I’m having this virus. And also all of the LFTS as well as the blood work etc. etc. has returned with very good results. so I really have hope that I would finally, after so many years, won’t have hepatitis c anymore. I also can tell you that this is not my first treatment for hepatitis c. in the past I have been on that previous generation of drugs that supposedly help with hepatitis c. since I am here, it is obviously that they have not helped me and I would not recommend them to anybody. I have had a 24 weeks treatment course which consisted of Incivik, Riba as well as Interferon many years ago but this combination of drugs nearly killed me. the side effects were too damn high and too severe that is why I have not finished the full 24 week treatment course. I really needed to stop the treatment course, I had no chances to stand in front of those very terrific side effects. I simply could not resist anymore. but, I have waited and this Resof L come out and it seems that it is really worth it so that’s why I recommend it to you. instead of any of the drugs I’ve mentioned above I would strongly advise Resof L. I take this pill in the morning with one Advil pill and with Centrum and I forget about the drug for the rest of the day. I am having absolutely no side effects at all. none. There are no difference in feelings between the time I have been taking a vitamin supplement for a few weeks and the feelings and experience I have now on this drug. but the difference between the vitamins and this drug is that it got me rid of the hepatitis c. I just hope that the virus would stay far away from me. I also wanted to say a big thank you for the Dr. Reddys Laboratories which is the company that created this drug. it is the generic of Havoni and I am so thankful because my insurance company has refused to cover the Harvoni. If there wouldn’t be this drug I don’t know what I would have done…

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