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smh4wg
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What is your docs' tx protocol for covid?
Went to see the doc yesterday. I asked about tx protocol for covid. He said take a baby aspirin, D3, and one pepcid per day. I am also eligible for monaclonal antibodies, which he said worked well, so I should see him asap if I come up positive so we can get on the monaclonal antibodies.

He didn't say much about the vaccines. He knows I only took the first shot of moderna. He never tried at all to convince me on the vax. Never mentioned pfizer or j&j.

I asked about ivermectin, and got last years cdc propaganda in return. Said it looked at first that it might be helpful, but subsequent studies show ivermectin to be useless against covid19. Like I said, he read the cdc response from 2020, and he's still spouting it.

He also repeated the story that he's treating a patient that took too much of the horsepaste. Like he read it off a script. That was a talking point a week or two ago.

I asked about the local hospitals' tx protocol. He didn't say much. I asked if I'd be forced to take remdisvr, or be forced on a vent. He said no. I'm thinking I really don't want to go to the hospital.

He's a good guy, but he works for a big company. I don't believe he's free to say or do what he really thinks. .



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re: What is your docs' tx protocol for covid?
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Went to see the doc yesterday. I asked about tx protocol for covid. He said take a baby aspirin, D3, and one pepcid per day. I am also eligible for monaclonal antibodies, which he said worked well, so I should see him asap if I come up positive so we can get on the monaclonal antibodies.



Yeah, this is the protocol that has not been demonized and works. But you need to get on COVID early especially if you are overweight and/or have comorbidities. The monoclonal antibody infusion works well but only if you implement it early.

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I asked about ivermectin, and got last years cdc propaganda in return. Said it looked at first that it might be helpful, but subsequent studies show ivermectin to be useless against covid19. Like I said, he read the cdc response from 2020, and he's still spouting it.


India, Japan, all the central African countries, Peru, Bolivia, Guatemala, El Salvador, and many other countries say otherwise, but whatever.



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monaclonal antibodies


This. Start immediately after positive result.


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LRB1967
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re: What is your docs' tx protocol for covid?
It pays to ask before you get sick. My parents tested positive and I began to quarantine at home. I had a slightly elevated temperature a few days later. The doctor's office was closed as he was on vacation. I went to a walk in clinic and tested positive. Called the doctor's office when it reopened and was told that they would not treat me as I got tested elsewhere but that if I did get treated there I would get only a steroid pack and antibiotics. No monoclonal antibodies. I am currently looking for a new doctor.


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markinkaty
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re: What is your docs' tx protocol for covid?
Did you ask him about the new Merck pill, which is essentially repackaged, expensive ivermectin?
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re: What is your docs' tx protocol for covid?
Monoclonal antibodies given within 2 days of symptoms and diagnosis pretty much guarantees you won’t end up with severe Covid


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Aubie Spr96
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re: What is your docs' tx protocol for covid?
Basically the frontline doctors protocol. Pepcid, Ivermectin, Vit D & C, Quercetin. Doc has treated over 100 patients for COVID and hasn't had anyone sent to the hospital yet. Some of those patients are in their 80's.


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HubbaBubba
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re: What is your docs' tx protocol for covid?
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India, Japan, all the central African countries, Peru, Bolivia, Guatemala, El Salvador, and many other countries say otherwise, but whatever.
India and Japan I'm not really so certain about.

India de-approves Ivermectin and Hydroxycholoquine from treatment list

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The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) confirmed on September 24, 2021, it has removed usage of Ivermectin and Hydroxycholoquine from its approved COVID-19 treatment guidelines.

Experts at the ICMR did not find enough evidence for Ivermectin and Hydroxycholoquine as potential therapeutics targeted against COVID-19, stated Samiran Panda, head of epidemiology and infectious diseases at ICMR.


Japan never approved its use. One well respected doctor came out and suggested it provided some prophylactic benefits, but that was in the spring of this year. Nothing came of it.


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But within India, the consensus hasn’t been so well-defined, and the official treatment recommendations themselves have been polarising. India Today reported as far back as June 7 that the Directorate General of Health Services, a body under the Union health ministry, had dropped ivermectin and doxycycline – a broad-spectrum antibiotic – from its recommendation. But some news reports also suggested that Indian government experts and advisers were still debating among themselves as to whether ivermectin should be used.
This may explain why ICMR took so long to come around and exclude ivermectin from the guidelines – more so since it is well-known today that ICMR also deferred to political interests through the length of the pandemic.


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re: What is your docs' tx protocol for covid?
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I asked about ivermectin, and got last years cdc propaganda in return. Said it looked at first that it might be helpful, but subsequent studies show ivermectin to be useless against covid19. Like I said, he read the cdc response from 2020, and he's still spouting it.


Actually, current literature is showing that Ivermectin does next to nothing. People keep citing the conclusion section where the author's state it "may be effective." Yet when you look at the actual data, it's clear that there is no significant difference from standard of care without the treatment.


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smh4wg
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Did you ask him about the new Merck pill, which is essentially repackaged, expensive ivermectin?


I did not, but he did mention that merck will not support their own drug, iverctin. I straight told him that's because it's generic and no money in it. Don't believe he responded to that, lol.


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mark65mc
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re: What is your docs' tx protocol for covid?
Lysine has been used to treat it in the Dominican Republic.





https://www.researchgate.net/publication/345916326_Amino_Acid_L-Lysine_SARS-CoV-2_COVID-19_Prophylaxis
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smh4wg
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re: What is your docs' tx protocol for covid?
BB's link seems good. Hadn't seen this. Of course I'm no doctor, so I can't really tell. I don't see that they used anything but ivermectin in those trials they reference. Dosages seem to be inline with what I've read.

You need to add zinc and d3 as well? Does that screw up those trials?



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PollyDawg
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re: What is your docs' tx protocol for covid?
My family tested positive September 30 – 4 adults, 2 kids

They told us about the cocktail the clinic prescribes:
hydroxychloroquine x5 days
azithromycin x5 days
benzonatate x10 days
steroid dose-pack
albuterol inhaler
Trelegy inhaler

Three adults qualified and immediately given monoclonal antibodies...which took less than 20 mins.

(Kids were tested by pediatrician and treated symptomatically)


They said they do give ivermectin depending on symptoms, which I’m thinking might have been lung symptoms. I have an elderly friend from church who had covid pneumonia in one lung and they gave her the ivermectin. She was better in a couple days.


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Zahrim
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re: What is your docs' tx protocol for covid?
my doctor has if caught early, meaning if you have a scratchy throat, go get tested.
A regiment of vitimans for the first week including massive vit D of 50,000iu 3 times a day. if after the first week it does not work than the antibody regiment and ivermection. He specifically says NOT to use rendisimiver.


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jfootball14
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re: What is your docs' tx protocol for covid?
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asked about ivermectin, and got last years cdc propaganda in return. Said it looked at first that it might be helpful, but subsequent studies show ivermectin to be useless against covid19. Like I said, he read the cdc response from 2020, and he's still spouting it.


Yeah sounds like you know better than the doctor. You must be more educated on the subject. Congrats you beat the system


smh4wg
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re: What is your docs' tx protocol for covid?
Well, to be fair, that IS the exact same story they were telling in 2020 without having done hardly any studies.


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omegaman66
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re: What is your docs' tx protocol for covid?
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but subsequent studies show ivermectin to be useless against covid19.


That is because big pharma didn't like the early results. So the do a test on people when the virus has already been killed off and they sick are dealing with fixing the damage left behind.


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