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Can I Drink Alcohol After Beating Hep C?

May 15, 2015

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Can I Drink Alcohol After Beating Hep C?

If I’m Cured of Hepatitis C, When Is It Safe to Drink Again?

Written by David Heitz

Doctors say the answer lies in whether a patient is honest about their alcohol use and how much damage the liver sustained before treatment.

For some people, a glass of wine with dinner is one of life’s simple pleasures. For others, however, it’s more of a problem.

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  • Tad Carter

    Curious about marijuana use after clearing the HCV. I have seen only one study in 10 years regarding this. Doesn’t seem to be any real significant research regarding marijuana’s effects on the liver.

    • rex

      Try cocaine, heroin, and other hard drugs , you will feel way better , than after stupid pot 🙂

  • cindy

    I started drinking wine, but a lot of it, my hep c is back, m viral load is 200 million, does this warrant treatment again

    • kimmie

      That warrants stupidity to me, you take the time of the Dr., your family an friends for a selfishness of alcohol, and now wonders if you can get the treatment AGAIN…..There are people who wish just to be able for one treatment, and you abused yours!

      • cindy

        piss off