Strong like bull. That a phrase I heard a lot growing up. It wasn't particularly about me, but our dad would say it.
I'm thrilled to say that my covid is kind of over. I'm afraid to jinx it. But apparently, prayers, vitamins, ivermectin and monoclonal antibodies all given early work to treat covid. I was mildly achy on Wednesday and stuffy. Thursday I had the antibodies. Got a doozy of a fever and chills that night for a few hours. Woke up Friday morning feeling clear headed and just a little coughy and coldy. Still coughed on Saturday....but am not stuffy today and not coughing.
And guess what? I've got my taste back.
So call me blown away!!!
I was vaxxed and perhaps that helped lessen the symptoms.
But as of today, I feel like my cold is over and I will wait a few more days to start writing my letters to my local doctor, who did nothing at all to help me.
Just imagine if everyone had a doctor who was willing to give them treatments that kept them out of the hospital. Shameful. It didn't have to be this way and doesn't have to be this way...
Guess what, when I got my positive covid test at Walgreens drive-up I also go a email about a trial.
If I had been 25 I would have done this. But as I'm over sixty I did not want to get the placebo and I was actually already taking ivermectin. So. This is hopeful that someone is not afraid to find treatments.
Why there is such fear and tremendous lies surrounding these treatments is utter insanity. I'm thankful for the Frontline Doctors and Alison Morrow and Dr. Drew and even Joe Rogan for their great information and courage to find a cure, tell the truth and get cancelled even when the people with bad motives tried to stop them. One day soon, I will create a big blog with all my links to what I studied for almost two years...and how doing that helped me save myself from covid...with the help of the Lord and your mighty prayers too.
Cause getting those drugs early and getting my taste back so quickly was pretty miraculous.
I was the one who was earmarked for death. Mrs. Comorbidities.
I'm so thankful.
Encourage one another,