Sick with COVID and no treatment options..

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  • Tue, Dec 07, 2021 - 05:25pm

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    Richard Young

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    Sick with COVID and no treatment options..

Hello all! After following Chris though YT the past 2plus years I was well prepared for Corona. I declined the Vax and unfortunately made the mistake of believing that I would be able to get treatment instead. Well, since my BMI isn’t 35 (35!) I did not qualify in New Hampshire. The closest date I could schedule is 13 days from today.

I was shocked to find out that I have to tough it out (I’m through the fever after 2 days and now trying to get through the lung part) because I’m not an obese 38 year old.

Has anybody else had to deal with this? Any advice would be greatly appreciated!

Best to all!

Richard Y.

  • Tue, Dec 07, 2021 - 05:49pm

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    dreinmund

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    Sick with COVID and no treatment options..

Try to follow as much of the FLCCC outpatient protocol as you can.
I’m going through recovery myself, here are a few things that helped me.

– get a pulse oxymeter to make sure you blood oxygen levels don’t fall into bad territory.
– regular flu medicine (DayQuil, NyQuil) helped me a lot

– be prepared for your appetite to get screwed up. For a while, I could only eat a diet more typical of having diarrhea

– force yourself to fresh air

Good luck with the recovery.

  • Tue, Dec 07, 2021 - 06:03pm

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    nordicjack

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I think you will be ok if you got through the fever part.  But there is such a degree between severity it is pretty shocking.    I have some friends,  21 year old son brought home from work, breezed through it 3 days.  a bit of cough for a week 10days following.    He did have a 101.5 type fever for about 48is hours.     However, Mom had about 7-8 days couldnt shake the moderate fever, around day 7 started to spike to about 104is and possible a bit more.  two days still not doing well with fever, ready to go to ER.   She was taking Vitamin C , Vitamin D,  Elderberry, probiotics, some powdered super greens from the beginning.   I sent her some super high potassium juices,  some good Vitamin D and C, and NAC ( 1200mg ) had her take her heart rate and respiration rate, both were completely normal – respiration rate can help identify saturation status when no pulse ox meter is available.  24 hours fever gone, she was good to go –  Saved her an expensive trip to the ER, but more importantly kept her from being admitted and give the remdesivir.    She did not have a bad cough but did have some chest pain/discomfort during.

Again, I know a few people that have been sick, most somewhere between these two.  But the point is you can see the profound difference.  You sound more like the son on this one, if that helps.

  • Tue, Dec 07, 2021 - 06:24pm

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    Kathy

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    Not medical advice

Just keep breathing, big breaths and move.

I haven’t had Covid yet but have been watching all of this unfold, IMO the worst thing we do is put patients in bed and let them lie there.  If and when I get it, I have a lot of the FLCCC stuff, vitamin D, NAC, zinc, quercetin, melatonin, aspirin, Claritin, horse paste but my plan is to make sure I am taking deep breaths and stretching (toro) often also.

Best of luck,

Kathy

  • Tue, Dec 07, 2021 - 06:31pm

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    Thomas Harrer

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    Sick with COVID and no treatment options..

Don’t just take it – don’t sit back and wait. Early intervention is important- find a doctor that will help you.

  • Tue, Dec 07, 2021 - 06:42pm

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    FLCCC early outpatient protocol

Here’s the FLCCC early outpatient treatment protocol.  Not medical advice.

Many of these items don’t require a doctor to be involved.  Examples:

+ Curcumin (turmeric) 500 mg 2 x daily
+ Nigella Sativa (black cumin seed) 80 mg/kg daily
+ Honey 1 gram/kg daily

+ Antiviral mouthwash: Gargle 3 x daily (do not swallow; must contain chlorhexidine, povidone-iodine, or cetylpyridinium chloride). Iodine nasal spray/drops: Use 1 % povidone-iodine commercial product  as per instructions 2–3 x daily. If 1 %-product not available, must first dilute the more widely available 10%- solution6 and apply 4–5 drops to each nostril every 4 hours. (No more than 5 days in pregnancy.

+ Aspirin 325 mg daily (unless contraindicated)
+ Vitamin D3 5,000 IU daily. Preferred form if available: Calcitriol 0.5 mcg
on day 1, then 0.25 mcg daily for 7 days
+ Melatonin 10 mg before bedtime (causes drowsiness)

And more!

https://covid19criticalcare.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/FLCCC-Alliance-I-MASKplus-Protocol-ENGLISH.pdf

The mouthwash is very easy to get.  And supposedly its very helpful too.

Not medical advice.

  • Tue, Dec 07, 2021 - 06:45pm

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This is definitely not medical advice, but I took this regimen, which got me through it in 3-4 days:

– NAC 2x/day, taken with jello for the glycine

– Elderberry gummies

– Vit C megadoses (~10 tablets per day)

– Quercetin 1x day

– Zinc Magnesium Acetate 1x day

I also kept taking the normal 2000 IU of vit D that I usually take.

I will note that the wife did the exact same thing and it took her 3 weeks and a trip to the ER to be done with it all, but the main problem for her was a secondary bacterial pneumonia that went away with antibiotics. If you recover after a few days and then start going downhill again in the second week that may be something to look into.

Really the experience was it only ruined one day, definitely comparable to a cold (not even a bad one) except the fever. I was also 38 in May when this went down so hopefully its a similar experience for you.

Good luck!

  • Tue, Dec 07, 2021 - 06:50pm

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    Mike from Jersey

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    Not Medical Advice

Try  telemedicine.

Read the whole page about how to look for the right doctor.

A lot of the listed doctors can practice in New Hampshire.

FLCCC

  • Tue, Dec 07, 2021 - 06:54pm

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    den111

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My wife just got over her second covid and I’m just about through, hopefully only another day or 2. Lasting 2 weeks for both of us. I continued exercising and working out the first week.  I have everything here but this one lasted. I might have overdone the steroids and weakened my immune response. This one was respiratory around the carina area at the base of the trachea. Nearly constant headache. And sleep. Exhausted. Sleeping day after day 2nd week. Took enough Ivermectin to deworm a couple of Clydesdales. No sense of smell. Not even coffee in the can or dog food. Everything taste sickingly salty.

Rest, Hydrate, Rest some more. I would stay out of the hospital as it is filled with sick people and they are not going to treat you right. Of course that changes if your eyelids, lips, fingertips turn blue (low oxygen). We got the original covid from the Cambridge MA conference in February 2020. So 2 runs of it for both of us now. No vax of course.

  • Tue, Dec 07, 2021 - 06:57pm

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    Sick with COVID and no treatment options..

Hi Richard,

Sorry to hear about your predicament.  I have not had a CV infection yet, but have been collecting info just in case.  This link has an amazing chart compiling all CV treatments that have been tested.  It was linked on PP before but here it is in case you missed it.  I got Nigella Sativa seeds from my local bulk organic food shop.  They are kind of nasty to chew on but who cares at this point.

https://c19early.com/

Pretty good stats for a non-prescription intervention – see below.  Looks almost as good as Ivm. though with fewer studies.

https://c19ns.com/

Keep us posted, please.

Susan

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