I was diagnosed with Hepatitis C in early 1997 . Then started Interferon treatments a few months later; with great disappointment my doctor said I could not take it due to various side effects. My liver enzymes at that time were ALT 264 AST 141 . So I waited for a new type of medicine.
A lady I got to know told me of a Dr. Gonzalez that had been treating her with placenta implants for her lupus and immune deficiency. Her doctors here had given her months to live, so she tried Dr. Gonzalez and was doing good three years later.
With a bit of despair and not too much belief in this placenta implant thing, I went to see Dr. Gonzalez. At the time I went to see him, Nov. 2001, my ALT was 587 and my AST 318 . After my implant, I had blood work done Nov. 2002. My ALT was 152 and AST 89. I waited so long because I was still pessimistic in the implant. So I was a little excited but still pessimistic. I had my second implant Dec. 2002, and then had blood work the end of Jan. 2003 ALT 75 AST 49 .
I was almost in full belief until Dec. 2003 my ALT was 47 and AST 42 . My level had not been that low in almost 15 years. Feb. 2003 ALT 34 AST 14 . So now when my levels start creeping up to 100 or so I get another implant. Recently, I had an implant Oct. April 2007 then blood work Nov. September 2007. Blood work came out normal, what a good word to hear when you have Hep C.
I am by all means not saying this is curing my Hepatitis C because it is not. My viral count a year ago was 21 million, I don't get that checked any more, a little to depressing. Even with the immune system of a Hep C patient, I rarely ever get sick. I have no doubt these implants have extended my life with Hep C. Thank you Dr. Gonzalez
FT. WORTH TEXAS
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