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Taken together, these observations suggest that some aspects of monkeypox-associated morbidity attributable to nutritional deficits and fluid compromise have the potential to be mitigated by nutritional supplementation and fluid resuscitation. This and adequate attention to controlling pain could help ensure that patients sustain the energetic requirements needed for dermal healing, and to avoid complications. Additionally, addressing inflammation (reducing swelling of lymph nodes in the head, throat, and neck) might serve to increase a patient’s willingness to accept food and water. However, the benefits of anti-inflammatories relative to the potential harm imposed through immune suppression should be carefully balanced.

 

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5744154/

 

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1 hour ago, zArk said:

cases based upon visual inspection or the magical PCR ?

as with all these illnessess the diagnosis will cross other classified illnesses like smallpox or chickenpox 

 

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/2907258/

 

Human monkeypox: confusion with chickenpox

Z Jezek et al. Acta Trop. 1988 Dec.
 
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In the absence of smallpox, the main clinical diagnostic problem is the differentiation of human monkeypox from chickenpox.

 

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1 minute ago, Captainlove said:

I believe this time you have to mask your cock. 

Won't bother me,since becoming ancient and subsequent loss of libido which no amount of indian biagra can raise coupled with the snip when i was a younger man so if ejaculation occurs its more in the fashion of a puff ball fungus shedding spores i.e dust i have no worries,and no ones coming near my todger...its for pissing and stirring my tea with when i forget the spoon

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When humans are attacked internally the bodies tries to expel the toxins. This can be done by throwing up, shitting, or mainly through the skin, the bodies biggest organ. I suspect monkey pox, is the made up name for the body trying to expel the mrna and other shit in the jabs. If as we suspect it may take up to 18 months for the true impact of the jabs to show themselves, then that would fit with the current time frame of the first jabees. I suspect we gonna see a lot more monkey pox coming up, and of course the vaccination for it (which will just suppress the poison back into the body) is ready to go.

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5 minutes ago, bamboozooka said:

or mask your bunghole

 

My Granny always used to call cheese 'bunghole' seemingly to much made you constipated according to her wisdom (8 pints of guinness and some extra mature cheddar and 12 hours later i'll refute that factoid)....However jesting aside whats with the homosensual/transgender aspect to this pox?..yes i know its a virtual rerun of the 80's AIDS 'epidemic' but why latch onto it a second time around ?...Do they think folk have short memories? is it a convenient story to either garner hatred/love/admiration/solidarity/blah with the LBTQ abc and 39 other genders ?

 

This is the most puzzling aspect of it personally speaking

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7 hours ago, Captainlove said:

This monkey pox sounds very much like a chicken pox type illness.

 

The case fatality rate has been 1% (based on data from West Africa), but can be as high as 15%.

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1 minute ago, dumbcritic said:

 

The case fatality rate has been 1% (based on data from West Africa), but can be as high as 15%.

Would that 15% also come from African data? where medical help is scant ?.The data i'm seeing so far from Western countries where health care is accesible is that its not a great deal to worry about ,the major panic being instigated by the msm ?

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1 hour ago, Doc said:
 
 

 

I'm very suspicious of Sweden, and have been since early 2020. At first I was almost glad to hear the 'let's do what Sweden is doing' line, mainly because I was searching for commonsense, and anything that could be held up as an example to stop the increasing destruction of everything ... but anyway, I try to keep an open mind and let's face it, we've all seen a lot over the years, and how things unfold.

 

I didn't like that Sweden was pretty much the only place that was mentioned as a slightly alternative response. Why them? 2 years ago I was thinking what if the belief that 'Sweden got it right' was sneakily used to show that 'they got it right because they embraced the best technology'. I thought that would be quite devilishly clever ... and it might also show a track and trace system. I knew for a long time that they were advanced in tech ... I'd seen documentaries on RFID chips, under the skin, with photo ID and cashless bar in Swedish nightclubs, back when we only had it here on parcels. 

 

Then the other day Sweden's joining NATO. And now you share this Doc. I still wonder why it was so easy to hear about Sweden, without even trying, and yet the most interesting countries are not discussed at all. 

 

Even when I looked today at the DM Monkeypox article comments section, there was one that 'robotically' said we should have followed Sweden.

 

 

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Everything they say is bullshit. Come on....

 

They are poisoning human's minds and bodies and blaming it on a fictitious contageous "virus".

 

 

 

 

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4 hours ago, oddsnsods said:

 

 

Bio-terrorist....like yourself Billy?

It's a game..... he admits it.

Can you imagine if he gets infected and it doesn't heals....he'd never show up on telly ever again.

OR he wouldn't miss an opportunity and say "Monkeypox is real. I had it!" 😆

 

 

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10 hours ago, Captainlove said:

It's very uncommon to get monkeypox from a person with the infection because it does not spread easily between people. But it can be spread through: touching clothing, bedding or towels used by someone with the monkeypox rash. touching monkeypox skin blisters or scabs.

 

Just thought i would put this here before this thread goes bonkers with FEAR mongering.

 

OK, no more swimming, sauna, gym, hairdressers, nail salon, Thai massage is out of the question, not very good news for the red light district workers either....

In the meanwhile, sex doll dummies become the No.1 trending item..... or the metaverse.

 

Does it say, if you douce yourself with hand sanitizer....it will be OK?

How long does the virus survives after dead skin cells flake off from a person?

 

I personally think if you get it, you get it.

 

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False premises lead to erroneous conclusions.

 

 

 

oz-the-great-and-powerful.jpg

 

 

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"Deadly Deception" Dr. Robert Willner("aids" hoax.)

 

https://archive.org/details/drrobertwillnerinjectshivintohimselfontv

 

 

 

He died of a "heart attack" 4 months later. (when did Kari Mullis pass away???? How???---------I think we know the why).(hi Tony)

 

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, DaleP said:

 

OK, no more swimming, sauna, gym, hairdressers, nail salon, Thai massage is out of the question, not very good news for the red light district workers either....

In the meanwhile, sex doll dummies become the No.1 trending item..... or the metaverse.

 

Does it say, if you douce yourself with hand sanitizer....it will be OK?

How long does the virus survives after dead skin cells flake off from a person?

 

I personally think if you get it, you get it.

 

 

A good happy ending massage is worth the risk ;-)

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