I'm sorry that your husband also has hep-c. I truly feel for all of you. I know how horrible the treatment can be. My husband was really lucky. He tolerated the treatment well and only had to do it for six months, but it didn't work. The treatment is very hard on everyone. We have no children, just two male cats; that's all I can handle.
The day we went to the doctor in Feb. thinking he was going to be released because he had tolerated the treatment so well and we were told from the doctor, your treatment didn't work; there's nothing else we can do for you, enjoy the rest of your life. I was bawling by the time we got to the car. I cannot tell you how my insides felt just like they hit the floor when the doctor told us that. My husband was very upset but I was devastated and I still am. I just have never recovered from that blow and still am struggling with it. That in addition to deaths & other family medical problems over the last three years; that's all I've had to deal with; one crisis after another.
You are right in the heart of your treatment; I'm sure your husband is very tired & feels like crap all the time. I'm sure you are overwhelmed with everything; the illness & dealing with 3 kids, two of them very small. The younger ones will only understand that dad is sick, but they can still be helpful by taking items to him. The 15-year-old should be enlisted for their help & support. That could be a great benefit to you. Support for your husband and all of you is so vital in all of this.
I'm thrilled to find you too! Hopefully we can help each other.
Looking forward to hearing from you.