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COVID-19 Long-haul Syndrome (Post COVID Syndrome): Symptoms, Treatment and I-RECOVER Protocol

Up to 80% of patients experience prolonged illness after COVID-19. LHCS (Long Haul COVID Syndrome) is not only seen after the COVID infection but it is being observed in some people that have received vaccines.  According to a recent study of Mayo Clinic patients who had COVID-19, about 75% of the people suffering long COVID symptoms — defined as persistent symptoms even six months after recovery — are women. LHCS may persistent for months after the acute infection and almost half of patients report reduced quality of life. Patients may suffer prolonged neuropsychological symptoms, including multiple domains of cognition. ( Ref , Ref ) What are some common symptoms of post COVID syndrome? Their typical symptoms can include: Headaches Sleep difficulties Hair loss Smell disorder Decreased appetite Cognitive (ability to think) issues Erratic heartbeat  Chest pain Fatigue Gastrointestinal issues Intolerance to phys

Quercetin Side Effects and Interactions

Quercetin is an antioxidant that belongs to a class of water-soluble plant substances called  flavonoids , which are present in certain fruits and vegetables. It can be found in high quantities in tomatoes, red wine, onions, green tea, apples, berries, and Gingko Biloba. While the best way to get quercetin is through your diet, it also is available in supplement form, as pills or capsules. Sometimes, quercetin in supplement form is packaged with bromelain, an enzyme found in pineapples, because both have anti-inflammatory properties (Quercetin & Bromelain for inflammation). Most dietary supplements contain a chemical compound, aglycone, which is the free form of quercetin. Quercetin side effects are uncommon as this is considered to be one of the safest supplements you can take. However, Quercetin has a number of interactions, especially with certain medications like antibiotics and blood-thinning medicine. Quercetin Side Effects When taken by mouth: Quercetin is  POSSIBLY SAFE  fo

Nebulized Hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19 Treatment: 80x Improvement in Breathing - Vladimir Zelenko, M.D.

Nebulized hydroxychloroquine as 150 mg HCQ in 6 ml (25 mg/ml) of isotonic sterile solution within the first five (5) days of COVID-19 symptoms (“Nebu HCQ”) has resulted in immediate improvement (<1 hour after use) in breathing in COVID-19 infected patients. Nebu HCQ served as a rescue medication with an 80x improvement in time and efficiency when compared to HCQ tablet (400-600 mg per day) combination therapy or Ivermectin combination therapy. No adverse events were reported outside of a bitter taste that quickly subsided. The protocol used is as follows: 6 ml (25 mg HCQ per ml) per nebulizer session (15 minutes). Two sessions (12 ml total) in the first hour for patients with mild to moderate pulmonary symptoms from COVID-19. Since March 2020, my team has successfully treated over 3,000 patients with COVID-19 with the Zelenko Protocol . Our high-risk patient survival rate was >99.3% (0.7% mortality) which represents a radical improvement when compared to national data of high-ri

Where to Buy Ivermectin for Humans in US and Do You Need a Prescription for Ivermectin?

Since the outbreak of the SARS-CoV2 virus, COVID-19 disease, there has been a lot of confusion regarding which medical products will work to treat the virus and the disease. The world is working to develop drugs for the SARS-CoV2 virus and COVID-19 disease, and the FDA is searching for a drug or combination that prove to be effective.  Do I need a prescription for ivermectin? Some drugs are in clinical trials, and scientists are also testing whether a drug approved for another virus or disease will be safe and effective for SARS-V2 and COVID-19. This is called “off-label prescription.”  For a directory of pharmacies in US, please refer to  How to Get Ivermectin in the US: Pharmacies . Healthcare providers might use these drugs for COVID-19 patients as off label prescription use. Ivermectin and other COVID-19 medications can be obtained by prescription in the USA in almost every state. Licensed physicians are available via telemedicine for a short consultation. The telemedicine physicia


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