I too am glad that she went public with it. I know that took alot of courage. I am not sure why I feel like I have to keep it so tight lipped but only my closest family know that I have it. No one at my place of employment or anyone but my family. I am ashamed for some reason and then on top of that you have to wonder if people would even want to still be around you. I think I grew up dumb about the disease so I assume everyone else is dumb about it also.
Anyway, I am still feeling good aside from never feeling like I get enough sleep even if its 12 hours. Guess that comes with it.
I hope that everyone else is feeling and doing ok......take care, Soonerfan1
Sooners, most of my friends and acquaintances don't know. People I worked with didn't know. And they are still ignorant and don't truly understand, even when I try to explain it. Also, people act as though they can catch it by just breathing the same air. People I've told want to know how I got it, and that's one area of my life that I don't care to rehash over and over. So most people know I have liver disease, but not that it's hep C.
We do need more research and better treatments.
I didn't know that, Cary. Thanks for the info! Go, Pam!
Not jealous, Cary. Anyone with enough money can buy those. I would think she would be bothered with back pain. My sister actually wants a reduction.