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hrsetrdr wrote:

I've just begun here, and on my hep C "journey" but what I'm doing is to try lowering the burden on my liver by drinking plenty of water, and to avoid eating fatty foods, and to refrain from taking OTC meds unless I absolutely-positively-have-to.

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Treatment halted on Aug.8,2012 due to vision problem.  6 month post tx labs

Aug.2013 SVR

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I've just begun here, and on my hep C "journey" but what I'm doing is to try lowering the burden on my liver, is just to drink plenty of water, and to avoid eating fatty foods, and to refrain from taking OTC meds unless I absolutely-positively-have-to.



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"hrsetrdr"=Tim

Treatment halted on Aug.8,2012 due to vision problem.  6 month post tx labs

Aug.2013 SVR

Be strong when you are weak, brave when you are scared, and humble when you are victorious.
- Unknown

 

 



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I would be a little worried about doing any form of treatment. The virus does funny things to the colon, liver, stomach ,pancreas you name it , without the influence of tx on top. If there was an advantage to be gained it would already be part of a treatment schedule. I feel such things must be done under the advice of the specialist involved in treatment . An already depleted immune system cannot recover so easily. Cg

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Hi AO and welcome to the forum.  smile I have removed the link as we do not allow Links as such.  However, i hope if anyone has any experience that they will contact you about it, and i wish your mother (and yourself) all the very best.  Your mother would also be very welcome to join the forum.

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Heather
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My mother has Hep C and I am interested in having her do a Cleanse to improve her overall health and liver function.  Unfortunately, her Hepatologist knows nothing about herbal or alternative remedies. I have tried the Advanced CleanseSmart kit and was wondering if it is safe for people with Hepatitis C to use. Does anyone have experience with this product or recommend one for those with Hep C?

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