Hydroxychloroquine vs Doxycycline

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  • Wed, Dec 01, 2021 - 06:07pm

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    Merridith Porter

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    Hydroxychloroquine vs Doxycycline

I live in Canada. I am not able to acquire Hydroxychloroquine through prescription. However, I was able to get Doxycycline. I was able get a prescription by saying that I was going on a trip to a country with Malaria.

Doxycycline isn’t mentioned in the FLCCC Alliance I-Mask+.

But I have found a couple of small studies that indicate that it might be used as a substitute.

https://www.cureus.com/articles/37354-clinical-outcomes-of-early-treatment-with-doxycycline-for-89-high-risk-covid-19-patients-in-long-term-care-facilities-in-new-york

https://ejmo.org/pdf/A%20Comparative%20Study%20on%20IvermectinDoxycycline%20and%20HydroxychloroquineAzithromycin%20Therapy%20on%20COVID19%20Patients-16263.pdf

My intention is two-fold. Should I ever develop signs of COVID, I intend to pre-emptively dose with doxycycline in conjunction with veterinary Ivermectin based on my weight.

Should I decide to get on an airplane, I am planning to use doxycycline as a prophylactic during the travel period. One day before trip start, during the travel period, and one day after. I would use the dosing recommended for going into a Malarial area.

I am hoping to get feed back from the more knowledgeable members on their opinion on using this as a plan?

  • Wed, Dec 01, 2021 - 09:25pm

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    TXMonnom

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I would encourage you to look at some of the natural alternatives that show in studies that they are potentially more efficient than Ivermectin. Don’t get hung up on one drug only… see here for a list of studies, efficiency etc :

http://www.c19early.com

Nigella Sativa (Black Seed Oil) is pretty up there. Have that in your pantry with Manuka Honey (honey enhances the efficacy of BSO, and actually one of the studies at least had it administered like this – with honey).

  • Wed, Dec 01, 2021 - 09:29pm

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    lmcdel

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    Hydroxychloroquine vs Doxycycline

Well, India includes it as part of their widely available “Ziverdo kit” that includes Ivermectin, zinc and doxycycline. My understanding is that the doxy helps the zinc absorb. I’m curious what reasons you have read for taking doxy prophylactically?

  • Wed, Dec 01, 2021 - 10:18pm   (Reply to #3)

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    Hydroxychloroquine vs Doxycycline prophylaxis?

?Doxy users get a better suntan?

I would only take it while flying on a pplane. Based on the many public infections nnounced I assume that there is must be a high association contagion risk.

Thank you for this information. 🙂

  • Thu, Dec 02, 2021 - 02:17am

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    mnkydeth

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    Hydroxychloroquine vs Doxycycline

I personally put together the India kit. Doxycycline is an antibiotic.
I would only take this after knowing I have a sever cough or being officially diagnosed with covid.

The important parts of the kit are Vitamin D, especially going into the winter season in the north hemisphere.
Zinc, Quercitin, and NAC. I also have vitamin K to balance out the D3.

I have Ivermectin 3mg and 12mg. If I feel sick take the 3mg and if I or a family member gets officially diagnosed I have the 12mg to move too. I also have a steroid to help fight any inflamation if it gets that far.

Ivermectin will be better then Hydroxychloroquine in the long run from what I have been reading and such. Not sure how they mix together however or if there would be increased benefits in that scenario.

  • Thu, Dec 02, 2021 - 08:55am

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I just went through COVID.  Started a slight cough the evening of Nov. 15.  Moved to chills, body aches, head ache, foggy head, lack of energy on the 16th.  The evening of the 16th I started 24mg Ivermectin, 200 mg hydroxychloroquine, Sambucol w/zinc and vit d, and aspirin.  Within 48 hours of starting the regiment I started to feel better , although the brain fog persisted until Nov. 23rd, and congestion in my sinus and upper chest persisted for another 7 days.  I stopped the regiment on Nov. 29th.

On Nov. 21 I went to an urgent care to officially get tested for COVID so I had record.  Obviously came back positive.  My girlfriend had tested positive the day before.  She had same symptoms, but due to a racial blood issue, she can’t take hydroxychloroquine, but she was able to take the rest.

Anyway, the reason I’m bringing this up is, when we went in to get tested, they obviously asked if we were vaccinated.  We both said no.  Both doctors said “Good!  We’re seeing 80% of the sick coming in are double and triple vaccinated.  And they look a heck of a lot worse than you”.  My girlfriend told her doctor the regiment she was going through, but told him she couldn’t take Hydroxychloroquine.  He gave her doxycycline in which he said he’s seeing the best results from increasing zinc, vitamin d and taking doxycycline.

With all that said, my major symptoms (chills, aches, foggy, exhaustion, upper chest congestion) went away within 7 days of starting.  Hers lasted 4-5 days longer.  So, is that because of the hydroxychloroquine that I was taking vs doxy?  Don’t know.  But I did see her symptoms start to dissipate a bit faster after she started the doxy.

So, I would use the doxy with the rest of the regiment at first signs of sickness.  If you can get a hold of ivermectin, I’d do it.  Even the paste form.

BTW:  I’m 52yo, good shape, muscular, but have high blood pressure.  Girlfriend is 41yo, good shape, no morbidities.  Take that for what it’s worth.  And now we both have natural immunity…..yes!

I wish you well!

  • Thu, Dec 02, 2021 - 09:04am

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    RandomMike

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TJ, sounds like you could have started treatment almost 24 hrs earlier. For me, Dr Kory’s early treatment is like within a minute.

I almost think chewing Dandelion leaves at that time would stop covid.

  • Thu, Dec 02, 2021 - 09:12am   (Reply to #9)

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    Hydroxychloroquine vs Doxycycline

Yeah, I could have but in all honesty, I wasn’t worried about the slight cough the evening before.  I probably could have realistically started the morning of the 16th instead of that evening.  I’m very old school in that I don’t let things stop me or sickness affect me so…..like any old codger, I held out because I think I’m tough;)

I’m glad I had the meds on hand that I ordered through India back in July as I do think it helped immensely in recovery.

cheers!

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