Covid advice please!
I’ve had covid for 9 days now (Indian variant) and I’m hoping you guys in the US might be able to help me (I’m based in the UK). I’ve been taking ivermectin since 3 days before I first got symptoms (my son was the first to test positive, so we started right away) and my wife 6 days before she got symptoms, but it’s in the horse paste form and for whatever reason it doesn’t appear to have done anything to mitigate our symptoms, even at 0.4mg/kg dose.
I can only describe my symptoms as feeling like my head is going to explode due to pressure, along with a resting heart rate that is frequently above 100 and rarely below 80. It’s accompanied by an intense feeling of anxiety/impending doom for want of a better expression. Unfortunately the UK medical system has no real strategy for treating covid beyond giving remdesivir once you’re in hospital (I know!). We are currently following the FLCCC IMASK+ outpatient protocol, minus the fluvoxamine and, for the last 2 days, minus ivermectin in horse paste form. Having taken the horse paste for 9 days with no obvious benefit, we decided to stop taking it just in case the impurities in it were causing some of our head issues.
I was hoping that some kind souls here might have had a similar experience and could share some advice, or perhaps even help me locate some fluvoxamine or ivermectin in human tablet form. I’m devastated that ivermectin in the veterinary form hasn’t worked for us, or at least hasn’t been able to prevent our head symptoms (perhaps because it doesn’t cross the blood-brain barrier like flovoxamine would). I have ordered fluvoxamine from India but its going to take 4 weeks to get to me and I’m now feeling quite desperate to shake off these symptoms. I have no appetite and I really struggle to eat, which in turn is causing me to feel weak. Lying down helps a little, but it seems to make the head pressure all the worse when I get up again.
My SpO2 has remained stable throughout and I had bloodwork done 2 days ago that came back normal for everything including d-dimer levels, so perhaps the ivermectin has done some good after all in the rest of my body, just not for my head symptoms.
If anyone has any advice I’d be really, really grateful. My wife’s symptoms aren’t as bad as mine but I fear she might be headed in the same direction and with 2 young kids, the last of whom just tested positive, we can’t afford for both of us to end up out of commission.
This is the name of a doctor in Great Britain. This is from the FLCCC site. According to that site this doctor will prescribe Ivermectin.
Dr. Nyjon Eccles +44 (0)207 7224 4622
His website is:
Thank you so much Mike! Last time I checked the website there were no UK doctors listed. I should have checked again.
I’ll give him a call.
What is your normal dosage? If I were you I would do some 20,000 IU days. If you are not taking a form of D3 that is dissolved in oil, i.e. if you are taking dry form, you may not be absorbing what you are taking now.
Hopefully you were not taking the Ivermectin on an emply stomach.. it’s much better absorbed with along with a fatty meal. Again, this factor can dramatically alter absorption and effective dose.
Best regards, Jim
Good luck to you, Steve.
Ok, here are some sources which talk about things other than ivermectin & fluvoxamine, which you already know about:
Dr Chetty from South Africa describes his successes treating COVID (especially for people who have a bad reaction by day #8) with antihistamines in the following document:
Also – in the following video, one of the 3 doctors (Dr Neel) reports success using high dose melatonin. Dr Neel’s presentation is in the last third of the video, below. Note this video also has Steve Kirsch, and Dr Kory too.
Thanks for your reply. We’ve been taking 4000iu of d3 per day for 18 months now, along with the other supplements recommended by Chris. It’s just a small tablet that I’ve been taking after food. I’ll try taking more just now as I just managed to eat something.
As for the horse paste, we were taking it mixed with yoghurt or custard after our main meal, to try and take it with something fatty. I took a 0.6mg/kg dose 2 days ago as a hail Mary but it made no difference. The tube is 6.42grams of paste at 1.87% w/w ivermectin, so a third of the tube should work out at 40mg of Ivermectin. The paste we’ve been using is “bimectin”.
Thanks Dave, I’ll go and look at those now.
I have had a couple of nights taking 6-9mg of melatonin but stopped because I wasn’t sure if it was causing /contributing to the dizzyness. Having gone 2 nights without, it doesn’t appear to have been the issue so I’ll get back on it.
Stephen, I am so sorry you are going through this. Have you tried the white pine needle tea? It might be a good addition….find the forum topic on neutralizing the vaccine..I know you have COVID but this one article covers neutralizing the spike protein which is in both. Also, I was going to say high dose melatonin and high dose vitamin D 40,000 for 5 days but take with vitamin K. Also, I love the silver nose spray and I also use it in a nebulizer. Stamets 7 Mushroom extract is a good addition plus Monolaurin which kills virus. I also like the Enzyme Defense Formula. Get outside and soak up the sun. So healing! I will be praying for you also.
hi Steve, good luck to you and your family. The latest FLCCC weekly seminar, which is not yet posted on their site, included Dr Tina Piers (?) from London who works on long covid and something called MCAS – Mast cell activation syndrome . Track her down. She says there are a few compounding pharmacies (drug stores that make up their own medicine) in London that make up Ivermectin and she says she prescribes it and is allowed to do so on a case by case basis. It costs hundreds of pounds a dose which is such cruel price gouging but perhaps worth it for you. Otherwise I read online that IVM is or maybe will become OTC in Spain. But it sounds like that would not arrive in time.
There is an interesting study of pulsed high-dose Vit D (60,000 IU /day) called
Impact of daily high dose oral vitamin D therapy on the inflammatory markers in patients with COVID 19 disease by Maheshwar Lakkireddy et al published in May
in Nature — Scientific Reports 11, Article number: 10641 (2021). Sorry I have no link.