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Who Has Had Covid 19 Here on GLP? Share your experience, please!

 
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Was like a really bad case of the flu.
Nothing you want to catch, but blown
WAY out of proportion.

If you have some other major health
problems, or are ancient, or sickly
to begin with,
you might want to use common sense and
take some precautions.

If you are in a nursing home,
GET THE HELL OUT!

Those are the KILLING FIELDS.

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My relatives nursing home is doing really well. It’s small and in a small town in NC.
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I don’t know anyone personally who has been sick.

However a old man in my towns daughter caught it and died. She was in her 50s and had been put on a ventilator. A friend of mines brother caught it and got over it. He’s in his 60s. Another friend of a friend caught it and was given anti inflammatories and recovered.
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Was like a really bad case of the flu.
Nothing you want to catch, but blown
WAY out of proportion.

If you have some other major health
problems, or are ancient, or sickly
to begin with,
you might want to use common sense and
take some precautions.

If you are in a nursing home,
GET THE HELL OUT!

Those are the KILLING FIELDS.

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 79090308


How can you say it's "blown out of proportion"?

Some people have much worse reactions. You just got off with a less serious case.

It's insane to say "oh I had it but since it wasn't bad for me it's no big deal".

It's disgusting how self centered and ignorant people are.
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What’s disgusting is closing down whole economies for a death rate below that of normal flu. You’re ignorance and lack of critical thinking is the most heinous crime, following like a sheep the media dung drops and eating it up is beyond comprehension.

When all is done. More people will commit suicidal from going bankrupt, divorce, financial strain, job loss, than the number of people who will TRULY die of this VIRUS. By truly, I mean if you’re had heart problems in the past, catch Covid, and die in hospital of a heart attack, whilst having Covid, the reason for dying is heart attack and NOT from Covid. In the same way that if they you have a heart attack whilst having gastric flu, you die of a heart attack and not from gastric flu.
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I know one person from real life (someone I have met and spoken to, my cousin). The only symptom I heard she exhibited was loss of taste/smell. She's alive.
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Since I have a doctor in the family, I'll tell what she sees. She works with the 'underprivileged' and has a lot of obesity, diabetics and renal cases.

So it is tearing through her population of patients. What surprises her is how two people in a household will be quite ill and perhaps two people in the same household will not get it at all.

What also surprises her is the phenomenal variance in how people get sick.

She believes it is more a vasculitis than anything. It attacks the blood transport system and how blood is able to deliver oxygen to the major organs. It is also very much a 'cytokine storm', so the immune system causes the problem because there is terrible body=wide inflammation.

So she says if you are already in oxidative stress, i.e., already have something that causes inflammation in the body you are starting behind the 8 ball.

She says that you MUST keep your body alkaline, STAY AWAY FROM SUGARS, that is a very important thing.

Also, LOSE the belly fat. It has a hormone profile very different than butt or thigh fat. Belly fat creates cytokines which cause inflammation. You can actually lose belly fat more simply than subcutaneous fat.

She does weird things, like takes cold showers (look it up), drinks water with a tablespoon of baking soda a couple times a day, wouldn't touch a soda for anything, cooks with and also swishes coconut oil in her mouth for the monolauric acid properties, takes HCQ, and zinc (quercetin for all of us who are not doctors) and thank God she hasn't gotten sick yet. She takes her vitamin D3/K2 very seriously, of course vitamin C, NAC and eats broccoli sprouts, because they create glutathione.
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A tablespoon of baking soda twice a day is a lot. Check with her again on that. I wouldn’t take that much. Usually people take 1/2 teaspoon twice a day.
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My daughter had it and tested positive.

She is a RN and was working with COVID patients.

She is in her 20’s and had a slight fever for one day. Her other symptom was losing her sense of taste and smell for a week or so.

So, yes I think she really had it, and she said if not for where she works she probably would not have gotten tested or missed work.

She does a saline nasal rinse when she gets home from work, takes D3 and went on the MMS protocol.....those things may have helped, she is not overweight and is healthy, she does not smoke.

The hospital has to force nurses to work on the COVID floor, they take turns as they couldn’t get people to volunteer.

The 13 hour shifts are hard enough without wearing all the extra gear.

They did not offer extra pay as an incentive.

Yesterday they sent COVID patients to a regular floor...the hospital which is new, has only a few negative air flow rooms.

I believe my 24 year old son may have had it because he traveled a lot and was around a ton of people....Vegas right before the shut down, a few other places, out at bars where young people gather...had a slight fever for one day...never tested, so don’t know.

We see our daughter several times a week, and have returned to this routine now that we feel she can no longer get it or spread it.

Her hospital was never overwhelmed with COVID-19 patients....but the reality is they can’t handle many patients with the virus and could easily become overwhelmed if it ever did escalate here NE Ohio
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Since I have a doctor in the family, I'll tell what she sees. She works with the 'underprivileged' and has a lot of obesity, diabetics and renal cases.

So it is tearing through her population of patients. What surprises her is how two people in a household will be quite ill and perhaps two people in the same household will not get it at all.

What also surprises her is the phenomenal variance in how people get sick.

She believes it is more a vasculitis than anything. It attacks the blood transport system and how blood is able to deliver oxygen to the major organs. It is also very much a 'cytokine storm', so the immune system causes the problem because there is terrible body=wide inflammation.

So she says if you are already in oxidative stress, i.e., already have something that causes inflammation in the body you are starting behind the 8 ball.

She says that you MUST keep your body alkaline, STAY AWAY FROM SUGARS, that is a very important thing.

Also, LOSE the belly fat. It has a hormone profile very different than butt or thigh fat. Belly fat creates cytokines which cause inflammation. You can actually lose belly fat more simply than subcutaneous fat.

She does weird things, like takes cold showers (look it up), drinks water with a tablespoon of baking soda a couple times a day, wouldn't touch a soda for anything, cooks with and also swishes coconut oil in her mouth for the monolauric acid properties, takes HCQ, and zinc (quercetin for all of us who are not doctors) and thank God she hasn't gotten sick yet. She takes her vitamin D3/K2 very seriously, of course vitamin C, NAC and eats broccoli sprouts, because they create glutathione.
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A tablespoon of baking soda twice a day is a lot. Check with her again on that. I wouldn’t take that much. Usually people take 1/2 teaspoon twice a day.
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, Also, be careful when taking zinc as it lowers copper....copper is essential and too much or too little can be dangerous.
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Good friend lost his wife to it on March 21st, Fluffy.

Yes, she was older, etc. But tested positive and went in less than a week.

Took 3 months to be able to have a memorial service and even then it was a 50 person limit.
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That's terrible. I assume she was vented?
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My husband was on tour in NYC for Valentine's Day and was SO sick for two weeks and couldn't leave the tour (roadie's are hardcore).

We think he probably had it then but he was never tested.

We've had 5 friends we know test positive for it since then and we have lost two friends. One of our friends got it and was dead a week later. It came out of nowhere and bam he was dead. He was a healthy 35 year old but his body just couldn't fight it.

This virus is no joke. I've been told the repercussions afterwards are bad too. No one is the same after they've had it.
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I work in a hospital and cases are rising rapidly
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I bet it is like 20 suck-ass diseases at once and spread on purpose.

Just to increase hospital payolla and fuck shit up royally.

We are under attack.


Order from chaos my ass.
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I tested positive for antibodies. Lost my sense of taste back in march for a few days. That was it. I'm in my 50's
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there is no test proving that you've had it

so all these people saying they had it are fools
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That's why I simply said tested positive for antibodies. It says right on the results that it is not a confirmation of infection...
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Had it (so i think) back in late Feb / early March.

Started feeling feverish and crummy on a Friday afternoon, no big deal, took off from work early and headed home.

By Sunday night I was a mess, Advil did a good job of controlling the fever symptoms. Breathing was a bit of an issue (I'm asthmatic and have albuterol and a nebulizer on hand, so breathing issues are nothing new for me).

Sunday night rolls around and I waited on the Advil too long, I got a case of the cold chills, shaking really hard, well, that triggered my asthma. I took the advil, it took about 30 minutes to catch up, in the meantime I laid on the bed on my stomach (the only position that felt marginally good) and lived hard on my nebulizer. If I didn't have that nebulizer I wouldn't be here today, it was really that bad.

repeat the above on Monday night as well, almost exactly.

I ended up taking Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday off from work, I never take days off from work.

This, by far, was the sickest I've been in 40 years.

It cleared by Wednesday but the lingering breathing issues hung on for a week or so. I had other symptoms too, but the breathing thing trumped everything else. Hard to describe what it feels like when you can't get enough air and think you might be dying...
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Why would you be that sick and not go to the hospital?
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Also why would you continue to go to work when you know you are sick? So fucking selfish.
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Can you even read? "Started feeling feverish and crummy on a Friday afternoon, no big deal, took off from work early and headed home." "I ended up taking Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday off from work"

You dumbass, I felt bad AT WORK and went home.

For all I knew, at that point it was a cold, so shut the fuck up!

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Had it (so i think) back in late Feb / early March.

Started feeling feverish and crummy on a Friday afternoon, no big deal, took off from work early and headed home.

By Sunday night I was a mess, Advil did a good job of controlling the fever symptoms. Breathing was a bit of an issue (I'm asthmatic and have albuterol and a nebulizer on hand, so breathing issues are nothing new for me).

Sunday night rolls around and I waited on the Advil too long, I got a case of the cold chills, shaking really hard, well, that triggered my asthma. I took the advil, it took about 30 minutes to catch up, in the meantime I laid on the bed on my stomach (the only position that felt marginally good) and lived hard on my nebulizer. If I didn't have that nebulizer I wouldn't be here today, it was really that bad.

repeat the above on Monday night as well, almost exactly.

I ended up taking Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday off from work, I never take days off from work.

This, by far, was the sickest I've been in 40 years.

It cleared by Wednesday but the lingering breathing issues hung on for a week or so. I had other symptoms too, but the breathing thing trumped everything else. Hard to describe what it feels like when you can't get enough air and think you might be dying...
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Why would you be that sick and not go to the hospital?
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Well, I live 30 minutes to the closest hospital, my nebulizer runs on a/c and there is no way I would have made it without that machine. Additionally, I had zero desire to be quarantined someplace (especially an expensive-assed hospital that I can't afford) for 2 weeks.

Whether you like it or not everyone is going to have to get this before life returns to normal. It transmits and acts like the flu, herd immunity is the only way, so the sooner you admit that the better off you'll be.
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"There used to be this idea that when the government no longer served the People, that the People would replace the government.

Government figured this out and decided to replace the People." ~Unknown
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COViD-19 does not exist.
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Well something is making people sick.
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I had it early in the PNW in December. I knew NOT to go shopping, but went anyway in to very large Dept store.

Five days later was feeling ODD, next day I had FEVER, near 102%. Severe fatigue, aches, nausea, vomited, constant sleeping, AND WET COUGH, BUT NEVER ANY GREEN OR YELLOW MUCUS,it was clear, but hard cough. The weird things was the second week I lost ALL sense of taste and smell.

My son, a DOCTOR, said that is very odd. Then on third week it attacked my larynx, and I could hardly talk. My voice is still rough, and I'm still not 100% better.
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My wife and I were both positive that she had it in December. She was really bad sick with respiratory 'flu' for 2 weeks. She's in the medical field and was tested early on for COVID and just a couple weeks ago she was tested for antibodies. Both were negative.

I don't know anyone who has had it.
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Since I have a doctor in the family, I'll tell what she sees. She works with the 'underprivileged' and has a lot of obesity, diabetics and renal cases.

So it is tearing through her population of patients. What surprises her is how two people in a household will be quite ill and perhaps two people in the same household will not get it at all.

What also surprises her is the phenomenal variance in how people get sick.

She believes it is more a vasculitis than anything. It attacks the blood transport system and how blood is able to deliver oxygen to the major organs. It is also very much a 'cytokine storm', so the immune system causes the problem because there is terrible body=wide inflammation.

So she says if you are already in oxidative stress, i.e., already have something that causes inflammation in the body you are starting behind the 8 ball.

She says that you MUST keep your body alkaline, STAY AWAY FROM SUGARS, that is a very important thing.

Also, LOSE the belly fat. It has a hormone profile very different than butt or thigh fat. Belly fat creates cytokines which cause inflammation. You can actually lose belly fat more simply than subcutaneous fat.

She does weird things, like takes cold showers (look it up), drinks water with a tablespoon of baking soda a couple times a day, wouldn't touch a soda for anything, cooks with and also swishes coconut oil in her mouth for the monolauric acid properties, takes HCQ, and zinc (quercetin for all of us who are not doctors) and thank God she hasn't gotten sick yet. She takes her vitamin D3/K2 very seriously, of course vitamin C, NAC and eats broccoli sprouts, because they create glutathione.
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A tablespoon of baking soda twice a day is a lot. Check with her again on that. I wouldn’t take that much. Usually people take 1/2 teaspoon twice a day.
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, Also, be careful when taking zinc as it lowers copper....copper is essential and too much or too little can be dangerous.
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Yup.
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i have had it my 2 kids have had it .. son 5 and daughter 1

ironically my wife who is chinese didnt get it lol

basically it was flu same as flu
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I had it

My daughter and granddaughter had it

My son and his wife had it

My niece had it

MIL had it and survived after being told she has maybe 5 days to live

Several people we know had it
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Had it (so i think) back in late Feb / early March.

Started feeling feverish and crummy on a Friday afternoon, no big deal, took off from work early and headed home.

By Sunday night I was a mess, Advil did a good job of controlling the fever symptoms. Breathing was a bit of an issue (I'm asthmatic and have albuterol and a nebulizer on hand, so breathing issues are nothing new for me).

Sunday night rolls around and I waited on the Advil too long, I got a case of the cold chills, shaking really hard, well, that triggered my asthma. I took the advil, it took about 30 minutes to catch up, in the meantime I laid on the bed on my stomach (the only position that felt marginally good) and lived hard on my nebulizer. If I didn't have that nebulizer I wouldn't be here today, it was really that bad.

repeat the above on Monday night as well, almost exactly.

I ended up taking Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday off from work, I never take days off from work.

This, by far, was the sickest I've been in 40 years.

It cleared by Wednesday but the lingering breathing issues hung on for a week or so. I had other symptoms too, but the breathing thing trumped everything else. Hard to describe what it feels like when you can't get enough air and think you might be dying...
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Why would you be that sick and not go to the hospital?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76874028


Also why would you continue to go to work when you know you are sick? So fucking selfish.
 Quoting: Hawktopus 76189764


Can you even read? "Started feeling feverish and crummy on a Friday afternoon, no big deal, took off from work early and headed home." "I ended up taking Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday off from work"

You dumbass, I felt bad AT WORK and went home.

For all I knew, at that point it was a cold, so shut the fuck up!
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Some people just have no reading comprehension skills. There are quite a few on here.
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Had it (so i think) back in late Feb / early March.

Started feeling feverish and crummy on a Friday afternoon, no big deal, took off from work early and headed home.

By Sunday night I was a mess, Advil did a good job of controlling the fever symptoms. Breathing was a bit of an issue (I'm asthmatic and have albuterol and a nebulizer on hand, so breathing issues are nothing new for me).

Sunday night rolls around and I waited on the Advil too long, I got a case of the cold chills, shaking really hard, well, that triggered my asthma. I took the advil, it took about 30 minutes to catch up, in the meantime I laid on the bed on my stomach (the only position that felt marginally good) and lived hard on my nebulizer. If I didn't have that nebulizer I wouldn't be here today, it was really that bad.

repeat the above on Monday night as well, almost exactly.

I ended up taking Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday off from work, I never take days off from work.

This, by far, was the sickest I've been in 40 years.

It cleared by Wednesday but the lingering breathing issues hung on for a week or so. I had other symptoms too, but the breathing thing trumped everything else. Hard to describe what it feels like when you can't get enough air and think you might be dying...
 Quoting: WxSteve


Why would you be that sick and not go to the hospital?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76874028


Well, I live 30 minutes to the closest hospital, my nebulizer runs on a/c and there is no way I would have made it without that machine. Additionally, I had zero desire to be quarantined someplace (especially an expensive-assed hospital that I can't afford) for 2 weeks.

Whether you like it or not everyone is going to have to get this before life returns to normal. It transmits and acts like the flu, herd immunity is the only way, so the sooner you admit that the better off you'll be.
 Quoting: WxSteve


Yup. And better to stay home than head to the hospital for most cases.
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Is OP a contact tracer?
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Pretty sure I got it in March. I started isolating when China went into lockdown.. so I was isolated for 5 weeks (completely isolated) when symptoms arised... so 2 week incubation is bunk we dont know shit about it

Started with sore throat. Runny nose. Then cough. Feeling gross. Diagraphamic pains chest pains. I did not get a fever but I was also taking naproxen.

I self medicated/supplemented. Zinc Amoxil Silver Naproxen Valtrex Chloroquine Huttuneiya Milk Thistle... Nebulized. My Ox Sat went down to 92 a few times.

I didnt want to go to the doctor. What were they going to do anyway?

My kids isolated with me *home school* and the 2 youngest got pink eye and my oldest (15) got fever and crummy feeling. Threw up a couple times and covid toe.

Kids bounced back fast. I bounced back slow (42 year old female). I have high blood pressure and pericarditis so that is why i isolated so fast. I feel like if I wasnt knowledgeable in health and herbs.. and self medicated I would of ended up hospitalized.

I also had some mild seizures, lost smell, no appetite, weird black lines through my vision. Sleep was terrible. I only recovered after high dose melatonin and staying in bed for 4 days straight (not easy with kids).

Symptoms since wax and wane.. I have had a few flare ups.. especially after a night of poor sleep. I feel less smart now than I used to be.
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Thanks to everyone just sharing your experience and not being rude. I definitely appreciate it.

And yes, it would be really nice to ascertain if there is a definitive correlation between the flu shot and contraction of Covid 19. We have never taken a flu shot and the last vaccine any of us rec'd was tetanus about 15 years ago. Our daughter has never been vaccinated and only been on antibiotics twice in her life.

I'm positive that we will be alright here, and that there is not going to be any need for any hospitals. We have the tools needed to deal with this on our own and hopefully not have any malingering effects.

So, when I looked at the poll a few minutes ago, 712 responded that they know of no one who had this or that there is nothing to have. 498 either know people who have had it or believe they have had it or have tested positive for it. So 69 percent of people on GLP haven't had any experience with it at all. It would be interesting to see where that stands in another month or so.
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Is OP a contact tracer?
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Heavens NO!

I'm just interested in people's experience with this. Nothing more.
Things are bad enough, there is no need to make anything up.

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This is close to a 60/40 split right now.
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Have no idea, upon sickness, will just do what every time is done, no reason to test.

2 years ago could not breath easily, probably was future covid, then just on the December of 2019 also could not breath, guess was past covid, survived both times, now waiting for the third time, as the say, the third time is a charm.
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Pretty sure I got it in March. I started isolating when China went into lockdown.. so I was isolated for 5 weeks (completely isolated) when symptoms arised... so 2 week incubation is bunk we dont know shit about it

Started with sore throat. Runny nose. Then cough. Feeling gross. Diagraphamic pains chest pains. I did not get a fever but I was also taking naproxen.

I self medicated/supplemented. Zinc Amoxil Silver Naproxen Valtrex Chloroquine Huttuneiya Milk Thistle... Nebulized. My Ox Sat went down to 92 a few times.

I didnt want to go to the doctor. What were they going to do anyway?

My kids isolated with me *home school* and the 2 youngest got pink eye and my oldest (15) got fever and crummy feeling. Threw up a couple times and covid toe.

Kids bounced back fast. I bounced back slow (42 year old female). I have high blood pressure and pericarditis so that is why i isolated so fast. I feel like if I wasnt knowledgeable in health and herbs.. and self medicated I would of ended up hospitalized.

I also had some mild seizures, lost smell, no appetite, weird black lines through my vision. Sleep was terrible. I only recovered after high dose melatonin and staying in bed for 4 days straight (not easy with kids).

Symptoms since wax and wane.. I have had a few flare ups.. especially after a night of poor sleep. I feel less smart now than I used to be.
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Hope you get to feeling like yourself again soon! Sounds horrible. hf
Things are bad enough, there is no need to make anything up.

"Never interrupt an enemy in the process of destroying himself."...Q

"The Chinese virus can't be the only thing made in China that actually works as designed."~Fluffy Pancakes

Quercitin and zinc...Get it. Take it.
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My daughter had it and tested positive.

She is a RN and was working with COVID patients.

She is in her 20’s and had a slight fever for one day. Her other symptom was losing her sense of taste and smell for a week or so.

So, yes I think she really had it, and she said if not for where she works she probably would not have gotten tested or missed work.

She does a saline nasal rinse when she gets home from work, takes D3 and went on the MMS protocol.....those things may have helped, she is not overweight and is healthy, she does not smoke.

The hospital has to force nurses to work on the COVID floor, they take turns as they couldn’t get people to volunteer.

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She drank bleach? Because that what the MMS I know is.
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COViD-19 does not exist.
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Well something is making people sick.
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Damn strait.

But telling you what it is would involve telling the truth.

This world will burn before that happens.

In the mean time it's about dealing with mega doses of horse shit.





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