I’m happy with the new variant !
It continues the great trend of Delta, etc… more and more contagious, less and less dangerous. This one is… a cold… https://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.entrepreneur.com%2Farticle%2F399505%3Ffbclid%3DIwAR3OHXIPM6IAkNV1UZ3ydIy2EVlm2w7L5GBJKfIWw8c-Pw6eAyMFCSKi4Sw&h=AT1T6FX6n0rLLQMIihugNy0lmyR1bVy4h2BPBRmE8mt5-9G2q8Mmxrx9Zzj9DNQsJVIX1q7sgwMVDHiPB4HbBSGyl9EuFAQxhy0Gn_p8hZXaQc0xwL-zuNXOamBdJaVcdZDOsK20NdFOow&__tn__=R%5D-R&c%5B0%5D=AT3gI7HvxU5Xqa7A6bOt3Z57Zb_dR41pvmHRQuf4xCNPLo9iDVDSvey-DQLzCdaZeP1gx9ld1TgcP_VAQr4c-IwN51nAPxBUK8aq9cXdaAhIuMrAzy6bNxem-wcgpAqs0pt0h2IKjO3mMBD1LKeAnC9YD9Y3CkmuRAbQibyteYg04yN9
At some point, they won’t be able to continue scaring people with fake statistic and case-pidemic, can they ? It seems to me this is the right path – the more variants, the less damaging – I think humans, especially the ones that have kept being exposed to it (for instance, Sweden is vaccinated but did not confine and have very low cases) have really started to build a genuine immunity to it.
Anyway, between this, the Courts decisions, and the Pfizer papers released, I feel very optimistic tonight !
Dr. Kory has said that Delta is actually a beast. It has been very hard to control in the ICU. It’s critical to start treatment at the first sign.
I would say it’s not fun, but I had Hand Foot and Mouth 15 years ago and it was much worse. But the doctors we spoke to in the urgent care were very honest in saying that the people that are coming in with COVID (the urgent care was packed with them!), are mostly vaccinated and were in pretty bad shape.
Here’s what I just posted this in another thread:
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!
where are you located? Generally speaking. Just curious about the doctors’ comment about most people coming in being vaccinated.
Northern Virginia, Loudoun County
There is a good chance that this variant is less dangerous.
But it doesn’t make any difference. Even if the variant is less dangerous, it will make no difference at all.
A war has started.
And that war is against you and I.