Help! I have CV19 – IVM question

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  • Wed, Nov 24, 2021 - 10:33am

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    Dwiszebin2

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    Help! I have CV19 – IVM question

Hello,

I am having CV19 (99% sure, my gf has it currently and I am showing symptoms.)

My PCR test is scheduled in about 22,5 hours from the moment of writing this post.

I need to have a positive PCR-test, for Covid passport reasons.

If I take IVM now, will I still test positive in 22,5 hours?

Thanks you. Answers are very much appriciated.

  • Wed, Nov 24, 2021 - 11:05am

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How sick are you?  fever?  HA?  body aches?

Are you in a high risk group–elderly, male, obese, HTN?

The viral RNA will persist in your nasal cavity for another day with antiviral treatment to get you to your testing date tomorrow.  I might skip nasal rises though.

  • Wed, Nov 24, 2021 - 11:15am

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    Help! I have CV19 – IVM question

Thanks for reacting.

Symptoms started today and are mild. Mild soar throat, slightly fatigued, little bit of muscle aches.

I am at low risk, 27 y old male. Healthy, healthy BMI.

Taking vit d, zinc, quercitine, NAC, vit c, b-complex and more daily.

So taking IVM is not very urgent, but I don’t want to get sicker than “necessary” of course.

From your answer I understand that I would still test positive even though I would be taking IVM already.

Thanks! Anyone having contradicting thoughts?

 

  • Wed, Nov 24, 2021 - 12:11pm

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    Ron Reich

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Depends entirely on your goals.  If surviving the disease and staying healthy is your priority, treat early and hit it with everything possible.  If you have other goals you can delay treatment or even forgo treatment entirely, ie: follow CDC guidelines.

  • Wed, Nov 24, 2021 - 12:30pm

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If indeed you do have Covid you may wish to consider changing your travel plans.  I am in a different age/risk bracket, however if I were your age with confirmed  symptomatic Covid, I would hit it with all possible treatments.  There is little downside and great potential upside.

  • Wed, Nov 24, 2021 - 03:28pm

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Thanks! I have taken the IVM, about 8 hours before testing, about 10 hours since onset of (very) mild symptoms. Will let you guys know my test result.

  • Wed, Nov 24, 2021 - 04:32pm

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    Massive vitamin C doses per Klenner

Dr. F. Klenner did tons of research with patients on vitamin C in intensive three day protocols.  His work helped Linus Pauling get his Noble Prize. Able to cure kids of polio without residual paralysis. His mandate was that the vitamin C had to be given round the clock in high doses for 72 hours. Use either buffered C orally, liposomal, and/or combinations with IV if you can get it.

http://www.doctoryourself.com/klenner_table.html

*High vitamin C can throw off blood sugar because the glucose molecule and vit. C are nearly identical. Also high vitamin C lowers insulin resistance. Check your blood sugar.

**Due to absorption, many claim 1000mg liposomal is effective as 10,000mg of regular forms. Bear this in mind when dosing.

  • Wed, Nov 24, 2021 - 11:08pm   (Reply to #7)

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Too much vitamin C may also give you terrible diarrhea.

  • Thu, Nov 25, 2021 - 12:54am

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FLCCC advises taking IVM and Quercetin at the same time.

Check FLCCC site.

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