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I am currently on a 12 week trial of Harvoni to treat my

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I am currently on a 12 week trial of Harvoni to treat my Hepatitis C. I take Effexor for depression, Clonazapam 1 mg three times a day for anxiety, propanal, and ambien. For the last week or so, I have been Extremely Tired and Fatigued. I am pale, and
my wife thinks that I look disoriented and High (like how you would look from an opiod high). I am not on any Pain medication at all, and I have read the side effects of Harvoni, yet she thinks is concerned. I am trying to tell her that I am fine, I am just
extremly tired and fatigued, and my head hurts, just like the side effects say. She thinks I'm high. What can I do to get it through her head, these are just part of the side effects????
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Medical
Expert:  TheGermDoctor replied 2 years ago.
Fatigue is the most common of the rare side effects of Harvoni
It may be useful to have your doctor check your blood work- make sure your blood counts and chemistry are stable.
And maybe if you are more tired, and you can, lower your clonazepam and cut the Ambien
But I would certainly not miss any doses of Harvoni
The good news is its only for 12 weeks- it will be over before you know- and has a very high success rate
Good luck
I hope that helps
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