What is typical recovering time frame?

  • What is typical recovering time frame?

  • MITEPH

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    November 28, 2021 at 7:36 pm

    I started having symptoms this past Tuesday. I tested positive for Covid on Wednesday and immediately began taking Ivermectin along with many of the other supplements recommended on the FLCCC page. I completed my 5th day of Ivermectin today. Except for not being able to smell anything, I feel back to normal. I am in mid-50’s with no underlying health issues. I have read about people relasping once they begin to feel better.

    For those of you who took Ivermectin early on in your illness, did you recover this quickly?

  • MITEPH

    Member
    November 28, 2021 at 7:38 pm

    Also, I should add that I was unable to take mRNA vaccine due to allergies and I didn’t want J&J, so I am unvaxxed

  • Square-James

    Member
    November 29, 2021 at 10:57 am

    Each case is different. I recovered from a possible COVID infection within a week with Ivermectin. It was in September 2020; PCR testing was not as wide spread at that time.

    • MITEPH

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      November 29, 2021 at 11:22 am

      Thanks for your response. Happy Holidays!

  • truthseekr

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    December 5, 2021 at 8:08 pm

    I have been helping people for over a year with COVID. There is no “one size fits all”, especially with the DELTA variant. And it seems to be getting stronger. I live in MN, and the virus is going nuts and infecting entire families, one after the other. DELTA quickly makes its way to the lungs, so EARLY TREATMENT is absolutely essential. I will admit, though, that even those that have done the exact perfect protocols are being hit and taking time to recover. I tell people it will take a month to recover; if you recover sooner, fantastic! Be patient, Be positive, Be active as much as possible. Be consistent with your vitamins, drink warm water throughout the day, drink Black Cumin Seed tea throughout the day, no sugar, drink bone broth with sea salt, and starve the virus. Be diligent and watch its progression. And get right with God. We never know when our time will come. Live each day to its fullest. Take care!

  • sara21

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    December 6, 2021 at 6:52 am

    If early treatment is not available the 2nd stage of covid may occur around day 8. Look up dr shankara chetty. Prednisone singular zyrtec pepcid doxycycline aspirin seem to work. All approved medications.

  • sara21

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    December 6, 2021 at 6:55 am

    AAnd the reasoning behind this is that it chanes from viral illness to hypersensitive pneumonitis with or without clotting microcliots in lung vasculature. If d dimer level high may need anticoagulant better than aspirin.

  • MITEPH

    Member
    December 6, 2021 at 7:12 am

    Hello, I am the original poster. I just wanted to reply with a follow-up in case someone finds this useful in the future. I followed the FLCCC protocol with the exception of aspirin. By my 5th day, I felt completely normal except for not being able to smell. I am now on day 14 and am back to my normal routine. I still can’t smell anything, though.

    • DaleC

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      December 6, 2021 at 10:39 am

      Glad to hear you’ve recovered, but sorry to hear about the persistent anosmia.

      • MITEPH

        Member
        December 20, 2021 at 3:22 am

        My sense of smell returned on Day 16 . The sense of smell was a strange experience: the sense of smell disappeared instantaneously, and it returned in the same manner.

  • uzza333

    Member
    December 7, 2021 at 8:54 am

    Glad you are recovering! Were you able to get ivermectin from FLCCC?

    • Square-James

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      December 7, 2021 at 10:09 am

      FLCCC does not sell Ivermectin, but they publish a list of doctors who will prescribe it.

  • Dynahmight

    Member
    December 14, 2021 at 2:53 pm

    try olfactory retraining, with esssential oils or lemons etc. It takes time

  • Pepperwood

    Member
    December 22, 2021 at 10:02 am

    To the original poster, I think you got lucky! I am on Day 10, and spouse is Day 6. We both did early protocol the moment we had a fever. So the big issues – headache, body pains, fever were fixed for me by day 3, but everything else is lingering. No appetite and no energy. I am trying everything, but the vitamins are not helping the stomach discomfort.

    • MITEPH

      Member
      December 22, 2021 at 8:07 pm

      Your reaction is similar to my husband’s reaction and many of my friends who also did the FLCCC protocol. Thankfully, none had the illness progress to the lungs, but many had no appetite or energy for two to three weeks. My husband tested positive 10 days after me. He also followed the FLCCC protocol. His only symptoms were extreme fatigue and loss of appetite. He had no desire to eat and lost 15 pounds. He is just now getting back to his normal routine. The cases are exploding right now in my area. I know more people with Covid right now than I did over the the last two years in total.

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