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Kat12 wrote:

Is it ok to drink socially/casually if you are fortunate enough to be cured of Hep C providing there is no cirrhosis of the liver


did you take the new DAA's ?



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after so much abuse to the liver via the virus it seems illogical to add alcohol to the already beat up liver.... they have non alcoholic products out there.



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GT1a for 36yrs .Started Intron-A in 96' for 2.5mo-VL still too high.taken off.

3.6.18:Alpha 2-Macroglobulins, Qn=400/high. A1 activity.  f3@60: fibrosur bloodtst. TumrMrk=norm. enz=mostly norm.VL=3,933,000 

.sot=5.1.18>Harvoni>[8wks]: 4WEEKS=UND. 

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The rule has always leaned toward abstinence. People with cirrhosis should never consider the use of alcohol again, because it can lead to the advancement of it. Use of alcohol by anyone with chronic HCV (untreated) is a recipe for disaster. It can cause rapid advancement of the disease. I’ll insert the “pouring gas on a fire” analogy in here! 

However, there have been doctors and professional journals that have said, casual use shouldn’t present any problems for those without significant fibrosis. I wouldn’t recommend any heavy use, that would slow the recovery process required to return your liver back to the health we are striving for. That’s a conversation you should have with your physician. 

PS: Welcome to the forum! If you would like to tell us a little about yourself, please introduce yourself in our New Members section. If you have any questions, feel free to fire away!



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Is it ok to drink socially/casually if you are fortunate enough to be cured of Hep C providing there is no cirrhosis of the liver



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