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WHY MIGHT CHLOROQUINE WORK FOR COVID-19?

Discussion in 'Educating Doctors' started by Jack Kruse, Apr 5, 2020.

  1. Kimberly P

    Kimberly P New Member

    BTW, he’s around 34.
     
  2. I'm voting hospital/ED. My little girl had a sudden drop in O2 last year, and she had bacterial pneumonia. Nothing to mess with. We were told to go to urgent care intitially, but we're soon directed to Emergency and soonafter she was admitted. I would go straight to Emergency/hospital.
     
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  3. I should add I am not a fan of hospitals generally but when needed in an acute situation it is important to get the necessary care. In our case the care was not overly invasive and she was in Friday morning and out Sunday afternoon. Can't know what your friend's situation is but he needs to be seen by a professional. ASAP.
     
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  4. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator


    She needs to go to the hospital.
     
  5. Inger

    Inger Silver

    Kimberly, I would heat up water and seasalt and add a couple drops of Lugols iodine, and breath in that steam! This should help!

    If you have an steam inhalator, this kind that you can inhale water, seasalt, hydrogen peroxide and iodine mixture, that would be great too. Just be careful dont make it too strong.

    I have used about 1 liter of water (use spring water or sea water), a couple spoonful of seasalt unrefined, and maybe 10-20 drops iodine (Lugols 3%)

    I had breathing issues last summer, tight breath, I got it because of mask use chronically at work, so I did this steam and it was great next day, it helped very fast.
    I dont use mask anymore. It is very bad for the lungs if your lungs are not strong.. it makes everything worse
     
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  6. Inger

    Inger Silver

    My boss is currently in hospital for breathing issues too. he has very hard time breathing.

    They cant find what it is, blood work and x-ray all is normal.

    He took the Johnson vaccine 2 months ago. He himself believes it is why..he told it to me as we talked before he went to the hospital. that it is some sort of reaction to the vaccine.
    He cough all the time and in the night he cant sleep and has to use astma spray all the time to be able to breath.
    It is very weird.
     
  7. Inger

    Inger Silver

    what I would do too is going outside in nature and earth (not in a city or close to towers etc) and be naked in the sun and breath in fresh air. Being at the beach at the sea on a lonely spot would be best.
     
  8. Kimberly P

    Kimberly P New Member

    Thank you, Jack. I’m just seeing all these replies and will relay this to my friend. He’s afraid of being pushed to a ventilator and doesn’t want that - maybe he can just refuse if that’s offered. I appreciate your time.
     
  9. Kimberly P

    Kimberly P New Member

    Thank you! He’s terrified of the ventilator situation.
    Thank you for sharing, Christine! May I ask how they treated bacterial pneumonia? Happy everything worked out well for your little one.
     
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  10. Kimberly P

    Kimberly P New Member

    Thank you, Inger! I’m sorry to hear about your boss. I hope it turns around for him.
     
  11. Kimberly P

    Kimberly P New Member

    Thank you for sharing your thoughts on this.
     
  12. Kimberly P

    Kimberly P New Member

    I really appreciate you sharing these details (btw, to be clear it’s for a friend, not me). Will try to post an update soon.
     
  13. I'm a mom and I was afraid of that too. Cat scan, IV antibiotics, xrays to check progress and sent home with more abx. Over the first night she needed a bit of supplemental oxygen in the nose.

    Once that oxygen dips, it's time to go. I don't know how else to say it. It's serious. Whatever the cause, not dealing with it is going to create greater vulnerability to more invasive treatments.

    I know it's scary. But better to deal with it than have it get worse.
     
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  14. Josie Thomson

    Josie Thomson New Member

    So I have never had the flu jab. When I took the PCR test it was positive. But we got the cov-19 anyway. I'm so confused? I quite likely have a low level of dopamine atm.!
     
  15. Josie Thomson

    Josie Thomson New Member

    Just to check I'm understanding you correctly @JanSz :) Take 200-300mcg's of MK-7 alongside the vit D supplement? Thank you
     
  16. Kimberly P

    Kimberly P New Member

    Thank you! So here’s an update. He went to the hospital/emergency room. The doctor didn’t want to be in the same room with him and so was texting him while in the hospital. They did an x-ray. The doctor said your lungs look a little hazy but there’s nothing we can do, you’re free to go. My friend was stunned that no treatment of any kind was being offered because he’s clearly having a hard time breathing. He said something along the lines of, “Well, maybe it’s bacterial pneumonia - could I at least get an antibiotic? The doctor didn’t want to give to him because he said it wouldn’t do anything, but he eventually did. So my friend went home feeling very brushed off and unsure of what to do. On a positive note, the act of being seen by a doctor at least quelled his nerves and he actually feels a little better now. I swear the fear propaganda is really having an effect on people’s health because they’re panicking. This experience even opened my eyes to the reality that they simply aren’t treating these symptoms - the whole system is just damning what they say doesn’t work and doing nothing to actually help. It’s very sad to me. Thank you all for offering your insights.
     
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  17. I'm glad he went and sad that he felt brushed off. It really is a challenge to find our way when we feel that way. What was the oxygen saturation at the hospital? Does he have a regular doctor he can follow up with? Is he concerned about it being Covid? If so there's always the option of a telehealth consultation with the frontline doctors.
     
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  18. Kimberly P

    Kimberly P New Member

    Oh my gosh a telehealth consultation with the frontline doctors sounds like a great idea! I’m going to research how to do that now and if you happen to have a link, that would be appreciated too! I’m not sure what his oxygen was or if he has a regular doctor - I will look into that but he’s back at the hospital now with an oxygen tank so it’s taken a turn again. Thank you so much
     
  19. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Years ago someone said Big Pharma’s dream drug was one that didn’t work but had a side effect of painful withdrawals.
    You had to keep taking it to feel normal. Sounds like the Corona jab to me.
     

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