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AgnesDomini 113 points ago +113 / -0

Gasp! THANK YOU FOR POSTING THIS INFORMATION! I am hospitalized for Covid right now. They put me on Remdesivir yesterday. I am going to tell them today that if they DARE to try to give me even one more dose that I will sue the hospital and the doctors so fast that their heads will spin! I am going to DEMAND Ivermectin so I can get the fuck out of this ward. I am in Texas, but the local hospitals and physician offices have been bought out by California corporations. Still, Texas laws protect my patient rights here, so wish me luck, Pedes! Might get ugly, but I will walk out of here before I get hooked up to another Remdesivir IV. Frontline Doctors will prescribe Ivermectin for $90 if it comes down to it, frens...

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Monsieur_Novembre 64 points ago +64 / -0

Tell them you hugged one of those new sub-Saharan doctor-to-be who crossed the Mexican border and that you are worried about parasites so you would like some Ivermectin as per the CDC prescribes for all incoming sub-Saharan migrants who take planes into the US.

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smartass 23 points ago +23 / -0

I love this place :)

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Anaconda 12 points ago +14 / -2

HAHAH. Good one

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KekistanPM 9 points ago +9 / -0

Just tell them you're an illegal alien. You'll get anything you want.

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GainesvilleFlorida 2 points ago +2 / -0

I don’t think you get parasites by hugging them. But sharing a room and meal as they fed your their traditional cuisine than yes

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iamherefortheluls 32 points ago +33 / -1

Frontline Doctors will prescribe Ivermectin for $90 if it comes down to it, frens...

you need to get on that faster.

it's effectiveness is directly proportional to how early you take it in the covid infection. Also, if your hospital is following this treatment, fat chance they will allow you access to Ivermectin. You are basically going to be asking a doctor to get fired over you. Threats of lawsuits won't do shit if they are just following protocols - you think you are the first patient who demands to be treated with it?

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SanePerson 4 points ago +4 / -0

I've been trying to get an appointment with them (in order to get a prescription). The system auto-cancels your request if no one picks it up within 7 days. I'm on my 3rd attempt right now. I don't blame them or anything; I know they're overwhelmed, but it's pretty hard to get a prescription from them at the moment.

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memevoter 3 points ago +3 / -0

I had the same experience. Select email only, not a phone consultation.

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SanePerson 1 point ago +1 / -0

Oh! Is that an option? On the final page of the questionnaire, there's a single large tile that is for phone consultation. Is there something I could have done differently during the questionnaire that would have given me an email only option at the end? Thanks a lot for your help!

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iamherefortheluls 2 points ago +2 / -0

i've ordered both from india (human purpose kit for covid) and from an equestrian (found this one first). Don't know if any of that will get to me. Nazi border guards here in Canada confiscate medication if they find it.

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residue69 3 points ago +6 / -3

From what I've read, ivermectin is more effective at later stages than HCQ. Time is still of the essence.

They'll probably sedate him and force him on a ventilator soon. Gotta get that $36K Medicare jackpot bonus payment!

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Klown_Schwab 24 points ago +26 / -2

This is what I've gathered from listening to various doctors and scientists, fact check me here don't take my word for it:

Refuse the ventilator and the remdemsivir.

The ventilator 100% doesn't work. Severe covid causes low oxygen because it fucks with the bloods ability to carry oxygen. A drug intervention not a medical intervention is needed. Ventilator is more likely to harm you.

Get an online prescription for ivermectin, inhalant steroids and monoclonal antibodies if you can. America's Front Line Doctors, Dr. Stella whatever (The african lady that advised Trump) also has a large online medical consultancy, Dr. Peter McCullough, there's probably a few others.

Dr. Zev Zelenko says a blend of Quercitin, Zinc, Vitamin D and C is effective as a prophylactic or very early stages of covid but not good for severe symptoms. Might be worth a shot anyway if you can't get a prescription.

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Brucesky420 12 points ago +12 / -0

The ventilator 100% doesn't work

This confuses me a lot, so if there's anyone who works in a covid ward I'd love to hear from you

Over a year ago hospitals were telling other hospitals that ventilators aren't working and perhaps making it worse. It was pretty heavily discussed even by the MSM. But then here we are over a year later and I'm still hearing that they're putting most people on ventilators. What's the deal?

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residue69 12 points ago +12 / -0

Medicare pays a $36K jackpot bonus for every China virus patient a hospital puts in the ICU.

  1. Put them in the ICU

  2. Collect the money

  3. Kill them with a ventilator

  4. Repeat!

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Nancys_drooping_eye 6 points ago +6 / -0

"Do no harm... Unless you're getting paid"

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Dragonmoon333 7 points ago +8 / -1

Basically the virus removes the Hemes from your Blood, making it unable to transport oxygen.

A ventilator just pressures your lung with a high percentage of oxygen, however, the oxygen present isnt the issue, it's the absorbaility thats a problem.

I believe the reason steroids, and Hydroxychloriquine work is that kick back the virus and stunt it long enough for your blood to regenerate its Hemes and carry oxygen.

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residue69 7 points ago +7 / -0

The steroids reduce inflammation.

HCQ and ivermectin interfere with the viruses ability to replicate. HCQ works best with zinc.

Ivermectin seems to be more effective than HCQ at later stages.

Video that describes how ivermectin interferes with viruses entering the cell nucleus.

Here's a paper (from 2012!) that discusses ivermectin's action to inhibit the "donkey" proteins described in the video.

Ivermectin is a specific inhibitor of importin α/β-mediated nuclear import able to inhibit replication of HIV-1 and dengue virus

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AIRHORN4TRUMP 3 points ago +3 / -0

Ventilators are not needed as its not a respiratory illness it messes up your blood cells so they can't carry oxygen, so you are winded very fast. That's why people can't breath its the absorption of oxygen that is limited not an issue with the lungs.

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TheNotSoEvilEngineer 6 points ago +7 / -1

After seeing slides from blood of those with covid or vaccine injury... I'm really not sure why a simple blood transfusion isn't a treatment. The blood has lost its negative charge and is clumping. No amount of ventilation is going to fix ruined blood.

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Here_we_go 1 point ago +1 / -0

I also questioned that. Blood transfusion and blood thinner

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Block_Helen 1 point ago +1 / -0

Would blood transfusions using blood from vaccinated people do the trick? Seriously asking.

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2ScoopsMAGA 3 points ago +3 / -0

Isn’t some company making money off of ivermectin? You’d think they would be advertising this stuff all over the place. Surely they’re being stomped by the mafia of big pharma companies. This is so corrupt.

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Klown_Schwab 3 points ago +3 / -0

Patent's expired.

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residue69 2 points ago +2 / -0

Merck’s statement against its own ivermectin exposes ‘big pharma’ lobbyists

A positive aspect of the recent anti-ivermectin statement by Merck is that dozens of ‘big pharma’ lobbyists, who immediately shared the statement on Twitter, are now getting exposed, among them many journalists, a US NIH representative, some industry-linked professors, and one of the most influential German government ‘covid science communicators’.

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Moose_Antlers -6 points ago +2 / -8

Ugh. Please don't take this guy's advice and refuse a vent if you need one. CPAP or BiPAP isn't going to get oxygen into your lungs if you're that bad. The issue is the vent settings, and I'd hope by now this has been an active enough topic of discussion that your attending doctor would know what to do. If you don't have training here, you shouldn't be giving this kind of "advice." This kind of shit could get people killed.

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RatioInvictus 5 points ago +5 / -0

This kind of shit could get people killed.>

Like millions of annual cases of medical malpractice? Like deprivation of safe, effective, inexpensive prophylaxis? Like prescription of completely ineffective prophylaxis like masks, and only partly effective "vaccines," Remdesivir, and ventilators?

What the fuck are you talking about? If medical professionals are following orders, rather than their obligations to patients, blindly prescribing and applying protocols that are demonstrably ineffective and causing harm, in lieu of protocols that have demonstrated their superior therapeutic benefit, then why in the fuck should anybody ever listen to them again?

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Moose_Antlers -4 points ago +1 / -5

We're not talking about those things, each of which needs to be evaluated on it's own. We're talking about some random "internet doctor" telling people to refuse to get mechanical ventilation if their lungs are failing and positive pressure ventilation alone isn't getting the job done. That's dangerous and will get people killed. Listen to the damn doctor who spent 4 years in medical school and at least 4 more years in a residency to become an intensive care specialist.

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CoryInTheHouse1776 2 points ago +2 / -0

What are you a.doctor

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kingkongdong 13 points ago +14 / -1

Frontline doctors is super backed up. Tried to order ivermectin and it took them 5 days to get back and then cancel on me.

Don't wait till your sick last minute to get these pills. You can order them ahead of time and have them on hand when you need it.

I've also tried pushhealth and the doc I got gave me a prescription of only 3mg of 25 pills which isn't enough to cover 5 days worth of treatment (fucking bullshit).

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fucktheleft 2 points ago +2 / -0

What's the recommended dosage?

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kingkongdong 6 points ago +6 / -0

If you're sick its 0.4-0.5 mgs / kg per day for 5 days.

I'm 150lb (so 68kg) * 0.4 = 27mg per day

Each pill is 3mg

5 day treatment should be 45 pills total for me - I only got 25.

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CriticalFknThinking -4 points ago +3 / -7

Please do not take medical advice from strangers on the Internet

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WU_HAN_FRU 17 points ago +17 / -0

Taking medical advice from strangers on the Internet is probably about as safe as taking medical advice from your doctor these days.

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GrumpyGrumpus 8 points ago +8 / -0

I agree with a disclaimer: It is okay to become more knowledgeable about your own health care. Proper diet, exercise and a healthy lifestyle go a long ways towards prevention.

I also would not recommend that anybody just blindly follow what a doctor tells them to do. It ultimately is YOUR health at stake and nobody has a greater interest than you. This means the patient needs to demand a more active role in the decision making process and force the doctor to explain "why" they are recommending one therapy over another so that you can truly give an informed consent. To simply just do whatever the doctor says because you don't understand means the doctor FAILED you by not explaining it sufficiently and you never met the threshold of being properly informed in order to give consent. This is the reason why 2nd opinions exist.

It drives me nuts conducting a medication reconciliation with a patient only to find out that they have no clue why they are taking certain medications and simply pop the pills because a doctor told them to. This bothers me two ways 1) The patient is not interested in their own health choices and wants someone else to make decisions for them and 2) The prescriber never actually got informed consent, otherwise the patient would know.

Society has access to more information at the touch of their smartphone than ever before but there is also a lot of misinformation lurking out there. Health care professionals don't like to be questioned and they feel it causes an undue burden on them to have to constantly respond to "something a patient read on the internet". My response to this is "what part of informed consent" and patient centered care do you have a problem with? If you lack the ability to explain to a novice the "whys" and bring the patient into a shared decision making process about their healthcare, then you need to find a different profession.

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BetsyFreedom85 13 points ago +13 / -0

Also request high dose vitamin C, zinc, and vitamin D. If they won’t give them to you demand to see a friend or family member who can bring them to you. If that doesn’t work, tell them it’s a special day or anniversary or something so maybe they will let them in. Try everything.

Also this: myfreedoctor.com recommended by Dr. Ardis. He said there is legal help for getting lawyers to “threaten” the hospital to get the treatment you are requesting.

If your lungs are still heavy with “Covid pneumonia” you may still have active Covid infection there and HCQ will work wonders for that along with the vitamins. Loading dose is (2) 200 mg tablets the first day, and then a tablet in the morning and in the evening for the next 5-7 days.

God bless fren!!!

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AgnesDomini 4 points ago +4 / -0

Thanks. They have me on vitamins ---zinc, C, potassium pills. I think I need D and B12, which I have at home and will take once released tomorrow.

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BetsyFreedom85 3 points ago +3 / -0

Ok good. So glad you are going home! I know people in the hospital who are having to fight their way out…