RBF, For the good of the group


I read where you stated your experience with Covid. Hope all works out well.

With that said, do you care to honestly say what worked, or didn't??

It's private stuff for sure, so feel free to tell what you want. No names or affiliation needed.

Keep the politics out of it. I doubt that is possible, even with the seriousness of my question.

NN

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((As you can see, I kept my response apolitical again because I have control over my emotions...))RBF.

I had a tear trickle down my cheek reading your response.


I am fragile.
Not like a flower.
But like a bomb.

22 life's a day
((As you can see, I kept my response apolitical again because I have control over my emotions...))RBF.

I had a tear trickle down my cheek reading your response.


I am fragile.
Not like a flower.
But like a bomb.

22 life's a dayOriginally posted by Off the chain


Dang it, you're wearing them red high heels again ain't you....


RBF


No, many military choose not to vote because they are too lazy to.
Originally posted by Fred67

Interesting Alfredo that the OP requested to keep it apolitical and thought that I couldn't do it... I did stay away from politics, but you couldn't control yourself and had to make the first political response...

As you can see, I kept my response apolitical again because I have control over my emotions...


RBF


No, many military choose not to vote because they are too lazy to. Make a point to get out and vote!!
Originally posted by Fred67
Originally posted by Richard Beer Froth


RBF, By simply twisting your thoughts about my control level and bringing this up, you are being political. If you would have just ignored my reply, then all would have been apolitical for you.

DoubleN specifically stated that he was serious about his questions. I was serious with a reply on a Z pac and blood thinner, then I threw in another serious issue for me. Pelosi doesn't believe in mask wearing. Was that really political? Not so much as a matter of fact, only the fact is one of our countries leaders says we need to wear em, but she doesn't. So do they work? evidently not. That's what DOubleN was asking, what works.

RBF, By simply twisting your thoughts about my control level and bringing this up, you are being political. If you would have just ignored my reply, then all would have been apolitical for you.

DoubleN specifically stated that he was serious about his questions. I was serious with a reply on a Z pac and blood thinner, then I threw in another serious issue for me. Pelosi doesn't believe in mask wearing. Was that really political? Not so much as a matter of fact, only the fact is one of our countries leaders says we need to wear em, but she doesn't. So do they work? evidently not. That's what DOubleN was asking, what works. Originally posted by Fred67


No, discussing your lack of control isn't political...

Not even going to discuss your political comments because they are absurd...

Yes, masks work as I showed you in detail previously... Sad you would advocate not wearing one and that they don't work... Guess what, seat belts don't guarantee to save lives in every instance of a wreck either... In this particular case you are helping others greatly by wearing a proper one that fits well... Unfortunately, your hard head will prolly end up killing some people, or just give them long term health problems...

Sad you state I should have just ignored your post when the first sentence was obviously directed to me and was a question. Here it is:

I take it the mask thing didn't help?



Oh, forgot to thank you Alfedo for all your well wishes with our situation... clown




RBF


No, many military choose not to vote because they are too lazy to.
Originally posted by Fred67
Last edited by Richard Beer Froth
Curious if the Hydroxy, Z-Pac or even Zinc were given?? And if so, helpful?? My Doc has had success with several patients prescribing those.

That type of info is good it seems to me...hence, the name of this post.

NN
I just returned to work Monday for the first time in three weeks. Still don't have full energy today. First symptom was no taste or smell. None. Happened overnight. Shortness of breath, but only a couple of times did it scare me. Diarrhea from hell every day. Headache, eyes hurt. Rash on my face but no fever. Had to stop and rest to walk to mailbox.

To the average person, this is probably nothing. I know people who didn't know they had it until tested positive. I have nearly every underlying condition usually mentioned. This virus is real, but don't live in fear.
Originally posted by 7cs


Glad you are on the mend, 7.

NN
Curious if the Hydroxy, Z-Pac or even Zinc were given?? And if so, helpful?? My Doc has had success with several patients prescribing those.

That type of info is good it seems to me...hence, the name of this post.

NNOriginally posted by DoubleN



No, none, of the above. Don't take this the wrong way, and it isn't meant as an insult, but I don't believe anything is to be gained by discussing what they did because every patient is different... Reality is I am not going to direct my ER doctor to give a certain drug(s) because I heard it here.

What I provided was the best thing to help people not get it and if they do, it'll be at a smaller exposure amount... There is evidence that exposure amounts/levels can impact the severity of the sickness. Kinda think of it like 1-2 beers vs 20... The body can handle and fight it off easier with less exposure. In some ways people wearing mask could allow them to have small exposures get a little sick and build immunity against it similar to how a vaccine works...


RBF


No, many military choose not to vote because they are too lazy to.
Originally posted by Fred67
Curious if the Hydroxy, Z-Pac or even Zinc were given?? And if so, helpful?? My Doc has had success with several patients prescribing those.

That type of info is good it seems to me...hence, the name of this post.

NNOriginally posted by DoubleN



No, none, of the above. Don't take this the wrong way, and it isn't meant as an insult, but I don't believe anything is to be gained by discussing what they did because every patient is different... Reality is I am not going to direct my ER doctor to give a certain drug(s) because I heard it here.

What I provided was the best thing to help people not get it and if they do, it'll be at a smaller exposure amount... There is evidence that exposure amounts/levels can impact the severity of the sickness. Kinda think of it like 1-2 beers vs 20... The body can handle and fight it off easier with less exposure. In some ways people wearing mask could allow them to have small exposures get a little sick and build immunity against it similar to how a vaccine works...


RBF


No, many military choose not to vote because they are too lazy to.
Originally posted by Fred67
Originally posted by Richard Beer Froth


Gotcha, no-one here has given medical advice, but, I surely would have asked the question to the Doc about the success he/she may have had using those mentioned...

Just sayin
NN


Gotcha, no-one here has given medical advice, but, I surely would have asked the question to the Doc about the success he/she may have had using those mentioned...

Just sayin
NN

Originally posted by DoubleN



Not really practical in an ER and hospital environment... They start dosing when someone gets in the room immediately after test results...

If I am sitting down with a GP, different story... This is my wife, not me... I wasn't able to speak to a doctor... These folks are very busy and they aren't going to make a call to a husband and ask what they think... Wife told me what they were doing med wise and it seems to be the best solution for her condition... If it was something I felt was way out of line, I would have challenged them if possible...

Don't know about your area, but GPs here don't see/treat people here with Covid, they send you to the ER...



RBF


No, many military choose not to vote because they are too lazy to.
Originally posted by Fred67

Gotcha, no-one here has given medical advice, but, I surely would have asked the question to the Doc about the success he/she may have had using those mentioned...

Just sayin
NN

Originally posted by DoubleN



Not really practical in an ER and hospital environment... They start dosing when someone gets in the room immediately after test results...

If I am sitting down with a GP, different story... This is my wife, not me... I wasn't able to speak to a doctor... These folks are very busy and they aren't going to make a call to a husband and ask what they think... Wife told me what they were doing med wise and it seems to be the best solution for her condition... If it was something I felt was way out of line, I would have challenged them if possible...

Don't know about your area, but GPs here don't see/treat people here with Covid, they send you to the ER...



RBF


No, many military choose not to vote because they are too lazy to.
Originally posted by Fred67
Originally posted by Richard Beer Froth


I truly hope your wife gets well quickly. A lot of anxious moments being isolated from loved ones.