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Old 05-25-2021, 09:15 AM   #1
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Default Covid - Needing hydroxychloroquine

Iíve had three tele-doc visits and one ER visit.

PCP wonít prescribe it, nobody will.

A friend gave me 3 pills.

Anyone know someone who will prescribe it via tele-doc?

Day 12 and Iím worse by the day.

Iím getting desperate.

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Old 05-25-2021, 09:18 AM   #2
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Dang man I hate to hear that. There was a TBHír who listed the teledoc he used. Let me search.


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Wow. Hate to hear that. Hope you get better and find what you're looking for.

What have they prescribed or suggested you do?

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Old 05-25-2021, 09:20 AM   #4
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Do you have any sort of arthritis. my doctor gives it to me for my RA
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I’m surprised you can’t get someone to write you a prescription for something. My father in law had a bad case of it and when he finally sucked it up and went to the doc they prescribed him a pile of stuff. And within two days he was over it.
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Old 05-25-2021, 09:23 AM   #7
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Old 05-25-2021, 09:27 AM   #8
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This is bs
People are suffering and the doctors wonít prescribe them something that could help them.

So much for the Hippocratic oath


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Old 05-25-2021, 09:35 AM   #10
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Currently taking

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Old 05-25-2021, 09:40 AM   #12
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Check with dr Jennifer Gonzales in Cuero. Pretty sure she can help you Ross
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Hope you get help today. Looks like Shane sent you right direction
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Old 05-25-2021, 09:52 AM   #14
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Its too late for HCQ to be effective if its day 12. It works better for early diagnosis. That's what my son's teledoc told us.

They prescribed Ivermectin and it knocked the viral load down very quickly. He was having breathing difficulty and prescribed a Budesonide inhaler. He felt better in 3 hours.

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https://frontlinemedicaldoctors.com/

They will also prescribe HCQ as a preventative for next time.
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Old 05-25-2021, 09:52 AM   #15
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Old 05-25-2021, 10:30 AM   #16
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Not much that you could add to that cocktail at this point. Maybe try some ivermectin too. The azithromycin, prednisone, and albuteral will do you the most good.
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Old 05-25-2021, 10:39 AM   #17
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In one of the threads you were on, I told you to use Ivermectin. It works. Use it or not, your decision.
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Old 05-25-2021, 10:41 AM   #18
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Not much that you could add to that cocktail at this point. Maybe try some ivermectin too. The azithromycin, prednisone, and albuteral will do you the most good.
Maybe add a Vitamin A - https://www.douglaslabs.com/a-potene-trade.html

My wife tells our college kiddos to add that when they are feeling below weather up at school. Plus the zinc which you're already taking.

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Old 05-25-2021, 10:46 AM   #19
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Youíre on the right stuff.
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In one of the threads you were on, I told you to use Ivermectin. It works. Use it or not, your decision.
From Brunner...



"UPDATE

Currently Iím 24 hours in on taking the ivermectin paste 1.87%

I took a 1/2Ē at 3pm, another at 11pm, and 7am this AM.

took on more doze at 3pm today.

Four total doses in.

I definitely slept a little better through the night.

I am also currently taking the following:

12,000 IU of vitamin D3

6,000 IU of vitamin C

50mg Zinc

20mg of Melatonin

tylenol every 6 hours

ibuprofen every 8 hours

plus lots of water.

I was taking all of this tuesday - Thursday except the Zinc, Melatonin, and Ivermectin.

I started taking Zinc, Melatonin, and Ivermectin yesterday and i do feel they are the game changer and turning point.

I feel a decent change in fatigue and body aches hoping I am on the up hill swing."
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Old 05-25-2021, 10:56 AM   #21
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How is it that a doctor is prescribing an antibiotic for a viral infection? I've always been told that ABs work only on bacterial infections.

Does anyone know and, if so, can you explain?
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Old 05-25-2021, 10:58 AM   #22
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brunner go get the convalescent plasma therapy

You being young and healthy should really benefit from this treatment. it is readily available and a no brainer in my opinion. I have known several ppl that this made a big difference including my dad when he got covid... its an outpt thing now, just show up get it in a chair then leave

Covid has no straight line on who it picks but Ive seen guys like you and me young and no health issues have a tough time. Please use the therapy we have available and dont pass it off as I will tough it out like alot of ppl chose to do.
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Old 05-25-2021, 10:59 AM   #23
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How is it that a doctor is prescribing an antibiotic for a viral infection? I've always been told that ABs work only on bacterial infections.



Does anyone know and, if so, can you explain?
I think ABs are prescribed to reduce any type of upper respiratory crud you get as a result of covid like pneumonia.
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I got a protocol from a friends friend whoís a friend of a chemist from the University of New Mexico. Real similar to what Ross is doing already.
Yes. This whole thing is BS. Makes me really angry our own did this to us.


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Old 05-25-2021, 11:03 AM   #25
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Found some everyone thanks for all the leads


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brunner go get the convalescent plasma therapy

You being young and healthy should really benefit from this treatment. it is readily available and a no brainer in my opinion. I have known several ppl that this made a big difference including my dad when he got covid... its an outpt thing now, just show up get it in a chair then leave

Covid has no straight line on who it picks but Ive seen guys like you and me young and no health issues have a tough time. Please use the therapy we have available and dont pass it off as I will tough it out like alot of ppl chose to do.

Iíve been denied twice for this treatment from Victoria doctors

What a freakin joke said I didnít qualify


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Old 05-25-2021, 11:19 AM   #27
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Dang just seeing this.. Glad you found some..
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brunner go get the convalescent plasma therapy

You being young and healthy should really benefit from this treatment. it is readily available and a no brainer in my opinion. I have known several ppl that this made a big difference including my dad when he got covid... its an outpt thing now, just show up get it in a chair then leave

Covid has no straight line on who it picks but Ive seen guys like you and me young and no health issues have a tough time. Please use the therapy we have available and dont pass it off as I will tough it out like alot of ppl chose to do.
What therapy?! Most who go in feeling like crap are sent home and told not to come back unless they feel that they need to go to the hospital. Exactly what they told my mom when she had it was was feeling like complete crap. Don't prescribe anything deny them meds they ask for and are told to go home and ride it out. So what therapy and meds are you talking about? For the most part the medical community has been a complete joke unless you are **** near dying and need to be put in the hospital. Not going to say all because there's some that are trying hard to get folks better before they get worse but that's not the majority.
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Old 05-25-2021, 11:34 AM   #29
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I think ABs are prescribed to reduce any type of upper respiratory crud you get as a result of covid like pneumonia.
Ah, yes. This makes sense.
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All these various do it yourself treatments sure seem like a lot more trouble than just getting vaccinated.
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All these various do it yourself treatments sure seem like a lot more trouble than just getting vaccinated.
Yeah unless you're like my secretaries aunt.
Got the vaccine and woke up yesterday and her whole face is numb.
Can't eat, speak, drools all over herself, etc..
Rushed her to the ER because they thought she had a stroke.
Nope, doc said its from the vaccine, pretty common and feeling will return.
Christus in Tyler is where they took her.
First I have heard of this particular reaction.
Not to mention all the other crap going on, yeah, Ill take my chances.
Glad it worked for you though.
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Old 05-25-2021, 11:49 AM   #33
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Its too late for HCQ to be effective if its day 12. It works better for early diagnosis. That's what my son's teledoc told us.

They prescribed Ivermectin and it knocked the viral load down very quickly. He was having breathing difficulty and prescribed a Budesonide inhaler. He felt better in 3 hours.

We used:

https://frontlinemedicaldoctors.com/

They will also prescribe HCQ as a preventative for next time.
I would definitely look into the budesonide treatment...
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Yeah unless you're like my secretaries aunt.

Got the vaccine and woke up yesterday and her whole face is numb.

Can't eat, speak, drools all over herself, etc..

Rushed her to the ER because they thought she had a stroke.

Nope, doc said its from the vaccine, pretty common and feeling will return.

Christus in Tyler is where they took her.

First I have heard of this particular reaction.

Not to mention all the other crap going on, yeah, Ill take my chances.

Glad it worked for you though.
WOW!!! That really sucks!!!
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All these various do it yourself treatments sure seem like a lot more trouble than just getting vaccinated.
Does getting vaccinated keep you from getting it? Nope even the "experts" say it won't keep you from getting it just hopefully lesson your symptoms. Just like the flu shot does.

Feeling like crap for a few days vrs the unknown side effects from this shot seems like alot less trouble to me. 60 year old women starting their cycle over after going through menopause...yea I'll pass.
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There are plenty of folks who have been hospitalized post vax w/ covid...same happens with the flu shots.
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Its too late for HCQ to be effective if its day 12. It works better for early diagnosis. That's what my son's teledoc told us.

They prescribed Ivermectin and it knocked the viral load down very quickly. He was having breathing difficulty and prescribed a Budesonide inhaler. He felt better in 3 hours.

We used:

https://frontlinemedicaldoctors.com/

They will also prescribe HCQ as a preventative for next time.
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Yeah unless you're like my secretaries aunt.
Got the vaccine and woke up yesterday and her whole face is numb.
Can't eat, speak, drools all over herself, etc..
Rushed her to the ER because they thought she had a stroke.
Nope, doc said its from the vaccine, pretty common and feeling will return.
Christus in Tyler is where they took her.
First I have heard of this particular reaction.
Not to mention all the other crap going on, yeah, Ill take my chances.
Glad it worked for you though.
Sounds like bell's palsy or similar and the VAERS site is full of people reporting facial paralysis after receiving the vaccine.
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Glad you found some. Ridiculous that it is so difficult to get something that you can pick up in stores in other countries.




Sounds like bell's palsy or similar and the VAERS site is full of people reporting facial paralysis after receiving the vaccine.
Oh wow, I didn't realize that.
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Are your lungs staying pretty clear as far as you can tell? If you are progressively getting worse, have someone pick you up a pulse oximeter and keep an eye on your oxygen levels. If your levels drop to 90 or below you may want to seek medical attention. Maybe a breathing treatment or a budesonide inhaler. If you're otherwise healthy and your lungs are healthy you should be seeing 95% and higher.

https://www.walgreens.com/store/c/wa...089451-product

Also, you may want to add melatonin to your arsenal. Its anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidative properties could help.
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Remdesivir??? Isnít that a decent therapy ?


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It's an IV that can only be administered while in the hospital, and it costs about $3K for 1 treatment (plus hospital charges). It sounds like it's been less effective than HCQ, Ivermectin, and Budesinide too - and those are all like $10 ea with no hospital stay.

When people start suing the docs that refuse to prescribe the safe, effective and cheap medications, maybe they'll start actually treating people.
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"UPDATE

Currently Iím 24 hours in on taking the ivermectin paste 1.87%

I took a 1/2Ē at 3pm, another at 11pm, and 7am this AM.

took on more doze at 3pm today.

Four total doses in.

I definitely slept a little better through the night.

I am also currently taking the following:

12,000 IU of vitamin D3

6,000 IU of vitamin C

50mg Zinc

20mg of Melatonin

tylenol every 6 hours

ibuprofen every 8 hours

plus lots of water.

I was taking all of this tuesday - Thursday except the Zinc, Melatonin, and Ivermectin.

I started taking Zinc, Melatonin, and Ivermectin yesterday and i do feel they are the game changer and turning point.

I feel a decent change in fatigue and body aches hoping I am on the up hill swing."
Hope it keeps turning for the better. I don't understand doctors not prescribing medicine that could help you! It is borderline criminal!! Prayers for your health!
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It's an IV that can only be administered while in the hospital, and it costs about $3K for 1 treatment (plus hospital charges). It sounds like it's been less effective than HCQ, Ivermectin, and Budesinide too - and those are all like $10 ea with no hospital stay.

When people start suing the docs that refuse to prescribe the safe, effective and cheap medications, maybe they'll start actually treating people.
I know of several hospitals that are administering it in outpatient infusion therapy departments, including the one that I work for. Insurance covers it.
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Old 05-25-2021, 01:58 PM   #45
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It's an IV that can only be administered while in the hospital, and it costs about $3K for 1 treatment (plus hospital charges). It sounds like it's been less effective than HCQ, Ivermectin, and Budesinide too - and those are all like $10 ea with no hospital stay.

When people start suing the docs that refuse to prescribe the safe, effective and cheap medications, maybe they'll start actually treating people.
Not true my BIL had it administered at his doctors office
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That's relatively new. It was inpatient only last year. Still super expensive compared to the other stuff. Insurance covering it doesn't make it free. It just makes insurance cost more.
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Hope it keeps turning for the better. I don't understand doctors not prescribing medicine that could help you! It is borderline criminal!! Prayers for your health!
To clarify, I copied and pasted Brunners quote from another thread, in response to SabineHunters post about him taking ivermectin.
He's gotten worse since the above post, hence the reason he started this thread looking for other meds.
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I've been told chlorpheniramine maleate (Walgreens sold as Wal-Finate; WalMart sold as ChlorTabs) has the same chemical compound as HCQ and is just as effective.

Or so I've been told.
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Will update this evening on all meds that I will be on by then.

My NP was very helpful earlier. She prescribed some more.



Never in my life at age 34 did I think I would be only this many meds.

Iím at healthiest point of my life and my wife and I are crazy active people with 5-6 days a week of exercise, clean eating, sauna, great sleep patterns, etc.

Then Covid kicked me in the gut.


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