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I don't feel like going to see a GP.

NHS says long Covid goes away after 12 wks and don't list a particular treatments. So no help there.

Does anyone have an experience with either of those or have an opinion on it?

 

Side effect wise, Plaquenil seems like less side effect.

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Both these drugs can disrupt the ability of blood to transport oxygen, especially in people with hereditary glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency, in whom chloroquine causes haemolysis (rupturing of red blood cells and release of their contents).

 

Filter your drinking water, stop using household and personal products that contain toxic chemicals, eat only organic and non-processed foods, and cover all your nutrient deficiencies with truly nutrient-dense foods like oily fish, raw dairy, eggs and liver. And if you want to super-humanly boost your immune system and cardiovascular function, take a course of thymus extract injections in the form of the Russian Thymalin.

 

That's how you defeat "COVID", colds, flu and the like, in other words, by cutting out and strengthening your body against the real causes of these periodic bodily purges.

 

 

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2 hours ago, Apotheosis said:

take a course of thymus extract injections in the form of the Russian Thymalin

 

You are the first person who mention of this.

I don't like to start injecting something unknown.

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17 hours ago, DaleP said:

I don't feel like going to see a GP.

NHS says long Covid goes away after 12 wks and don't list a particular treatments. So no help there.

Does anyone have an experience with either of those or have an opinion on it?

 

Side effect wise, Plaquenil seems like less side effect.

I can only give you my take.

 

I was in Belize in 2003. I came down with SARS-COV-1. If was bad REALLY bad.  My lungs were full of shit. I could hardly breathe. I really thought - This is IT. Bye bye cruel world.

 

Hospital in Belize? Doctors in Belize? I'd rather have the fucking Ngoma in South Africa throw the fucking bones for me.


I didn't lack Vitamin D, I had a good tan all over. Never thought of Ivermectin (you could buy it in Belize). My wife took me to a Chinese acupuncturist, herbalist, Aromatherapy and chiropractor. He wasn't a doctor in Belize. He's left China and was now a farmer in Belize, but he treated people for almost free (I think all he charged for were the oils and his acupuncture needles)


I seem to recall he charged me 5 Belize Dollars (US$2.50).

 

He only treated me once. I stayed in bed. drank plenty fluids, kept warm, Drank boiled Lemon and grapefruit skins (boil add sugar strain of the pulp - makes good jam) drink the liquid.

 

Breathing got better in 24 hours after treatment. Took me a couple of months to fully recover. Felt like utter crap for a couple of months after, but once you can breathe you are out of the woods.

 

My advice. Get Vitamin D 1000 IU capsules from Swansons. Get zinc from Swansons. Take 5,000 IU daily Vit D, Zinc capsule daily and mix up the concoction of Lemon and Grapefruit skins. Don't put a lot of sugar in. Just enough to stop the tongue from sticking to the roof of your mouth!

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Hi,

I had Covid, didn’t get long Covid, but I had post-treatment Lyme disease syndrome a few years ago for several months. Would imagine they are the same symptoms roughly. Constant fatigue especially.

 

Personally I don’t buy in to the Ivermectin/Hydro stuff but it’s your choice. My doctor prescribed me Vitamin D3 solution to take twice a day, I also took B12 supplements as my levels were very low. I bought allicin/garlic supplements from Holland & Barrett to complement these too, once a day, and started having a balanced diet.

 

Force yourself to be active - don’t push yourself too hard at first, just gradually doing more and more. I used to walk a lot, 8-10 miles round trip once or twice a week. It’s good for the body and good for the mind too. I still smoked, but cut out excessive drinking & any drugs. Eventually, once you’re in a good routine, you will start to notice yourself getting better. You will get better- I was for months thinking, that’s it, I’m fucked now, I’m like it forever- couldn’t even bear light outside or anything at first. But after a couple of months I got my life back. 12 weeks seems long and it could go on for longer but if you stay healthy and active and get a routine checkup, that is honestly the best thing you can do. Make sure to get bloods done with your doctor to see if you’re low on anything.

 

wish you all the best mate.

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