Mrs. R. S. (Patient Identification Number10315) eagerly visited the clinic for tretatment of Hepatitis C. She was detected with Hepatitis C in October 2005.
On detailed case taking it was found there was a history of blood transfusion done twice; once in 1982 from her husband and in 1984 from an external source(outside donor). It could be possible that she would have contracted the Hepatitis –C during the blood transfusion. Her viral load was 1,15,00,000 IU/ml in August 2009. It was genotype 3.
She complained of piles since 3 years with pain, but no bleeding. Her stools were well formed. Mrs R.S. suffered from prolapsed intervetebral disc, as a results of which she would have frequent backache and neck pain since 1989. Her pain was better with exercise and continued walking.
Her appetite was reduced since few months. She preferred spicy food. She could tolerate cold weather easily. She had menopause 4 years back with hot flushes occasionally.
Her sleep was disturbed with only 3-4 hrs of sound sleep.
She was a house wife with two sons. She said she had no major stress. She was fastidious by nature, would want all things at home to be kept in their proper places. Slight untidyness would make her angry. She had marked anxiety about her children’s future.
Her father.had history of cancer and diabetes.
Dr Rajesh Shah studied her case in detail alongwith all her reports. She was started with the medicines for Hepatitis C. After 6 months, her viral load was repeated, the viral count was 58,10,000 IU/ml in Jan 10. Her viral load had reduced from 1,15,00,000 IU/ml in August 2009 to 58,10,000 IU/ml in Jan 10. This was good improvement. Mrs R. S. was happy and she continued with the medicine further
In May 10 she repeated the viral load test again and the count this time was 10,30, 000 IU/ml. There is consistent reduction in her viral count and she is responding very well to the given treatment.
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