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Possible COVID reinfection happening right now

By porkchopexpress follow porkchopexpress   2021 Aug 10, 3:33pm 1,133 views  50 comments           share      

As some of you are aware, I had Covid back in December 2020 with onset of symptoms starting on the evening of the 12th. I got tested 24 hours after initial onset and the PCR test came back positive. Who knows if it was Covid or the flu or whatever, BUT I did lose my taste and smell which makes me believe it was Covid and I gave it to my wife and two teen kids and they all tested positive as well. I had the worse symptoms out of the 4 of us, even though they weren't terrible.

Just today, I started having diarrhea. I thought it was this new leafy greens drink that caused it, but I've now had a few bouts of it and I do feel somewhat fatigued, slight chills and slight headache. My family and I did just fly back from a family reunion, so I'm sure I could've easily been exposed to the virus. I immediately started taking my Quercetin, Zinc, Vit D/C/K, Bromelain, etc. cocktail with some fish oil, along with 18mg of Ivermectin (Ivecop) I bought from AllDayChemist (manufactured in India). I also bought a bunch of Adult Electrolyte drink from CVS that I'm sipping. The pharmaceutical-grade supplement cocktail is from this website:
https://doctorsstudio.com/product/imask-prevention-bundle-1/

I've been taking those supplements for about 4 months now as a preventative measure, but funny enough I took a break from it this last Friday night because I was getting slight dizzy spells for the last 2-3 weeks and wanted to see if it was the supplements, which I believe it was because the dizziness subsided upon stopping.

I'm debating whether to even get tested for Covid, so I'm very curious to see how things progress. If anyone has any other advice to give me, I'm all ears. I'll keep you all posted on how things go.

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11   porkchopexpress   2021 Aug 10, 7:38pm  

Bd6r says
porkchopexpress says
Just today, I started having diarrhea. I thought it was this new leafy greens drink that caused it, but I've now had a few bouts of it and I do feel somewhat fatigued with no other symptoms, yet. My family and I did just fly back from a family reunion, so I'm sure I could've easily been exposed to the virus.

I had covid in April, and some time this July I had horrible diarrhea with fatigue and chills. I don't think the diarrhea was covid-2, it was some kind of new flu version going around. I know of 2 more people who got it the same time I did. Diarrhea + weakness went away in about 2-3 days and all was fine.
Great. Those are the symptoms I have. I hope that’s my case otherwise natural immunity may not be all it’s cracked up to be. I’m going to take a rapid Covid test tonight for the hell of it, although I’ve heard they aren’t really accurate. I’ll keep everyone posted.

It’ll also be interesting if Ivermectin and my supplement pack helps if it’s flu.
12   Bd6r   2021 Aug 10, 8:36pm  

porkchopexpress says
Great. Those are the symptoms I have. I hope that’s my case otherwise natural immunity may not be all it’s cracked up to be. I’m going to take a rapid Covid test tonight for the hell of it, although I’ve heard they aren’t really accurate. I’ll keep everyone posted.

my friend who had covid in January but was NOT vaxxed had this diarrhea/chills thing around the same time I had. His wife was vaxxed, did not have covid, and also had diarrhea/chills at the same time. Hence, it is unrelated to vaxxing and is unlikely to be covid, I think
13   porkchopexpress   2021 Aug 10, 8:40pm  

Well, my first Rapid Antigen test shows negative for Covid, so that’s a good sign it’s likely the flu. I had the flu shot last year…so much for that. I’m supposed to test again in 3 days so we’ll see.
14   WineHorror1   2021 Aug 11, 4:26am  

At this point, I think the possibilities are endless on the what ifs, why's and how's. What if the new varients are biowarfare and each new one gets worse in order to convince everyone to get the vax?
15   Bd6r   2021 Aug 11, 6:16am  

WineHorror1 says
At this point, I think the possibilities are endless on the what ifs, why's and how's. What if the new varients are biowarfare and each new one gets worse in order to convince everyone to get the vax?

this new thing would result in diaper mandates...
16   porkchopexpress   2021 Aug 11, 7:57am  

Now I'm curious if Ivermectin and supplements made a difference because I woke up today feeling A LOT better.
17   Hircus   2021 Aug 11, 8:25am  

WineHorror1 says
At this point, I think the possibilities are endless on the what ifs, why's and how's. What if the new varients are biowarfare and each new one gets worse in order to convince everyone to get the vax?


Exactly what I thought when I saw this
"CDC sounds alarm: 2 dead in US from disease never seen outside tropics"
https://nypost.com/2021/08/10/2-sick-2-dead-in-us-from-disease-never-seen-outside-tropics/

Could just be an imported product "accidentally" spreading it like they think, or maybe we're in the age of elite biowarfare (to save the earth from the effects of human overpopulation upon climate change, of course)
18   Patrick   2021 Aug 11, 11:27am  

porkchopexpress says
Now I'm curious if Ivermectin and supplements made a difference because I woke up today feeling A LOT better.


I'm happy to hear that @porkchopexpress

I ordered some horse Ivermectin for myself, just in case.
19   Rin   2021 Aug 11, 11:51am  

Ppl, if you have let's say the 250 mg of Quercetin Phytosome in your diet, step it up to 750-1000 mg, and then, if you feel even an ounce of scratchiness in the throat or chest area, ramp up to 2000 to 3000 mg per day. Trust me, it'll be gone the following day or two.

The reason why I'm bringing this up is that we have a lot more power over Coronaviruses, Rhinoviruses, Adenoviruses, Influenza viruses than the medical establishment wants us to believe.

Keep the Rxs for emergencies and don't fall for the lie that vitamins don't work. They do and they work rather well, when used in conjunction w/ each other like Quercetin Phytosome with Vitamin D, Vitamin C, R-Lipoic Acid (a/o N-Acetyl-Cysteine), and Zinc.
20   DhammaStep   2021 Aug 11, 11:57am  

@Rin

Could you point me in the direction of more information on quercetin phytosome?

Information like mechanism of action and benefits etc. I've never really heard of Quercetin before you. Thanks!
21   Rin   2021 Aug 11, 12:40pm  

DhammaStep says
@Rin

Could you point me in the direction of more information on quercetin phytosome?

Information like mechanism of action and benefits etc. I've never really heard of Quercetin before you. Thanks!


I'll point you to our own Pub Med/National Library of Medicine, just so you know that this isn't conspiracy theory stuff ...

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/
22   porkchopexpress   2021 Aug 11, 1:03pm  

Rin says
Keep the Rxs for emergencies and don't fall for the lie that vitamins don't work. They do and they work rather well, when used in conjunction w/ each other like Quercetin Phytosome with Vitamin D, Vitamin C, R-Lipoic Acid (a/o N-Acetyl-Cysteine), and Zinc.
Is there a brand of vitamins you recommend? I have to imagine all are not created equal.
23   porkchopexpress   2021 Aug 11, 1:07pm  

Patrick says
porkchopexpress says
Now I'm curious if Ivermectin and supplements made a difference because I woke up today feeling A LOT better.


I'm happy to hear that @porkchopexpress

I ordered some horse Ivermectin for myself, just in case.
Smart. You can also buy it dosed for humans from AllDayChemist and pay with Zelle if you have it. I can't believe how much better I feel considering this is likely the flu. I still have diarrhea but no more fever, chills or fatigue, which all got zapped within 24 hours.
24   Patrick   2021 Aug 11, 1:11pm  

porkchopexpress says
AllDayChemist


Good to know.

Can you get it without a prescription? I think doctors are legally forbidden to save any lives with HCQ or Ivermectin because that interferes with Pfizer profits.
25   WineHorror1   2021 Aug 11, 1:26pm  

Rin says
Ppl, if you have let's say the 250 mg of Quercetin Phytosome in your diet, step it up to 750-1000 mg, and then, if you feel even an ounce of scratchiness in the throat or chest area, ramp up to 2000 to 3000 mg per day. Trust me, it'll be gone the following day or two.

For Covid?
26   porkchopexpress   2021 Aug 11, 1:29pm  

Patrick says
porkchopexpress says
AllDayChemist


Good to know.

Can you get it without a prescription? I think doctors are legally forbidden to save any lives with HCQ or Ivermectin because that interferes with Pfizer profits.
No prescription needed. Here's the link for the 12mg version, although I bought a bunch of 6mg and 12mg to have flexibility in dosing.
https://www.alldaychemist.com/ivecop-12-mg.html

I also loaded up on HCQ and Azithromycin
27   Rin   2021 Aug 11, 1:53pm  

porkchopexpress says
Is there a brand of vitamins


Right now, Thorne,com makes a decent Quercetin Phytosome.
28   porkchopexpress   2021 Aug 11, 2:01pm  

Rin says
porkchopexpress says
Is there a brand of vitamins


Right now, Thorne,com makes a decent Quercetin Phytosome.
Would you get the version with or without Bromelain?
29   Robert Sproul   2021 Aug 11, 2:15pm  

Patrick says
horse Ivermectin

Do you have a dosage per pound translation from Horse to Human? I swear my innumerate ass can't cipher it out.
30   Automan Empire   2021 Aug 11, 2:38pm  

porkchopexpress says
I've been taking those supplements for about 4 months now as a preventative measure, but funny enough I took a break from it this last Friday night because I was getting slight dizzy spells for the last 2-3 weeks and wanted to see if it was the supplements, which I believe it was because the dizziness subsided upon stopping.


From the FDA website:

Even the levels of ivermectin for approved uses can interact with other medications, like blood-thinners. You can also overdose on ivermectin, which can cause nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, hypotension (low blood pressure), allergic reactions (itching and hives), dizziness, ataxia (problems with balance), seizures, coma and even death.


The Quinine family of drugs were isolated 200 years ago and crude extractions have been used for a good 400. They are used to treat parasitic diseases, and do not function as an antiviral. From this long history of use, they are well known to come with dangers and side effects. Careless use can damage the nerves of the inner ear, resulting in permanent hearing and balance loss. Quinines and their side effects and risks are medically considered "Better than allowing full blown malaria to progress in the absence of alternatives." There are some modern applications, and utility as prophylaxis for Covid is undergoing testing.

Were you aware of which drugs in your cocktail are known to cause dizziness? Did you stop the whole stack, or consider just removing or titrating the potentially dizziness related ingredients?
31   Rin   2021 Aug 11, 2:45pm  

porkchopexpress says
Rin says
porkchopexpress says
Is there a brand of vitamins


Right now, Thorne,com makes a decent Quercetin Phytosome.
Would you get the version with or without Bromelain?


Since it's not the Quercetin DiHydrate, it doesn't need the Bromelain.
32   Rin   2021 Aug 11, 2:47pm  

Did anyone see my posting on this? ...

https://patrick.net/post/1340407/2021-08-01-i-guess-better-late-than-never-but-here

Rin says
cetin-supplementation-aga-peer-reviewed-fulltext-article-IJGM

When co-morbidities are removed from the study ...





The reduced no of days at the hospital, despite using a small patient population, is statistically significant.
33   Rin   2021 Aug 11, 2:54pm  

Automan Empire says
The Quinine family of drugs were isolated 200 years ago and crude extractions have been used for a good 400. They are used to treat parasitic diseases, and do not function as an antiviral. From this long history of use, they are well known to come with dangers and side effects. Careless use can damage the nerves of the inner ear, resulting in permanent hearing and balance loss. Quinines and their side effects and risks are medically considered "Better than allowing full blown malaria to progress in the absence of alternatives." There are some modern applications, and utility as prophylaxis for Covid is undergoing testing.

Were you aware of which drugs in your cocktail are known to cause dizziness? Did you stop the whole stack, or consider just removing or titrating the potentially dizziness related ingredients?


This is why I'm not so gung-ho about using Rxs vs let's say vitamins and supplements for prophylaxis.

I believe that a higher than average dose of bioavailable Quercetin Phytosome, along with Vitamin D, Vitamin C, R-Lipoic Acid (a/o N-Acetyl Cysteine), and Zinc will stop Covid for a vast majority of ppl. w/o the need for an Rx. Of course, keep the Rx around if one's symptoms don't diminish within 2 days.
34   Patrick   2021 Aug 11, 2:58pm  

Robert Sproul says
Do you have a dosage per pound translation from Horse to Human?




Looks like a normal human dose is 3mg.

So then you have to do a little math to figure out how much of the paste at 1.87% Ivermectin will come out to 3mg of it. Depends on the total weight of the paste, which I don't know yet. I'll know after I get it.
35   Patrick   2021 Aug 11, 3:05pm  

Another site has the adult dosage at "200 mcg of ivermectin per kg of body weight"

So if you're a 100 kg guy (220 lbs, rather large) then you'd want 100 * 200 micrograms, which is 20,000 micrograms, or 20 milligrams.

Hmmm. Maybe 3mg is low.
36   porkchopexpress   2021 Aug 11, 4:29pm  

Automan Empire says
porkchopexpress says
I've been taking those supplements for about 4 months now as a preventative measure, but funny enough I took a break from it this last Friday night because I was getting slight dizzy spells for the last 2-3 weeks and wanted to see if it was the supplements, which I believe it was because the dizziness subsided upon stopping.


From the FDA website:

Even the levels of ivermectin for approved uses can interact with other medications, like blood-thinners. You can also overdose on ivermectin, which can cause nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, hypotension (low blood pressure), allergic reactions (itching and hives), dizziness, ataxia (problems with balance), seizures, coma and even death.


The Quinine family of drugs were isolated 200 years ago and crude extractions have been used for a good 400. They are used to treat parasitic diseases, and do not function as an antiviral. Fr...
I wasn’t taking Ivermectin until I actually showed flu symptoms, so it wasn’t the cause of my dizziness which was earlier when I was taking those other supplements at the link in my original post. As far as Ivermectin not having anti-viral properties, there's conflicting data on that. More recent data suggests it does, and it very well could've been the reason for zapping my flu so quickly. Besides, your quote says "careless use" can cause damage...like any drug, no shit.
37   FortWayneAsNancyPelosiHaircut   2021 Aug 11, 4:31pm  

Israel has highest rate of vaccination. Looks like their immunity is wearing off, most people in hospitals (75%) are vaccinated already. That's at least what I heard.
38   Patrick   2021 Aug 11, 4:36pm  

You're right about that, and it's the "vaccinated" who are getting the sickest:




https://twitter.com/RanIsraeli/status/1423322271503028228#m
39   Onvacation   2021 Aug 11, 4:53pm  

Patrick says
So if you're a 100 kg guy (220 lbs, rather large)

Are you calling me fat?

I got big bones.
40   Patrick   2021 Aug 11, 5:24pm  

Robust, say.
41   Bd6r   2021 Aug 11, 9:08pm  

porkchopexpress says
Now I'm curious if Ivermectin and supplements made a difference because I woke up today feeling A LOT better.

your disease timeline sounds just like mine. Provided that we are in equal health, supplements did not help you and did not hurt you. I am ca 50 and not overweight.
42   Patrick   2021 Aug 11, 10:56pm  

I've mentioned it before, but everyone at my company got a very strange cold all starting on the same day in Oct of 2019, iirc.

I suspect that was it, even though the timeline is supposedly too early. Would love to have blood test to check for antibodies.
43   DhammaStep   2021 Aug 12, 6:51am  

porkchopexpress says
Patrick says
porkchopexpress says
AllDayChemist


Good to know.

Can you get it without a prescription? I think doctors are legally forbidden to save any lives with HCQ or Ivermectin because that interferes with Pfizer profits.
No prescription needed. Here's the link for the 12mg version, although I bought a bunch of 6mg and 12mg to have flexibility in dosing.
https://www.alldaychemist.com/ivecop-12-mg.html

I also loaded up on HCQ and Azithromycin


May I ask which methods you used for payment on alldaychemist?

I'm often suspicious of "unorthodox" payment methods, simply because it's not something I'm familiar with.
44   porkchopexpress   2021 Aug 12, 3:26pm  

DhammaStep says
porkchopexpress says
Patrick says
porkchopexpress says
AllDayChemist


Good to know.

Can you get it without a prescription? I think doctors are legally forbidden to save any lives with HCQ or Ivermectin because that interferes with Pfizer profits.
No prescription needed. Here's the link for the 12mg version, although I bought a bunch of 6mg and 12mg to have flexibility in dosing.
https://www.alldaychemist.com/ivecop-12-mg.html

I also loaded up on HCQ and Azithromycin


May I ask which methods you used for payment on alldaychemist?

I'm often suspicious of "unorthodox" payment methods, simply because it's not som...
First off, my wife and I have purchased drugs from AllDayChemist for years, and the drugs always did their job. Before recently, I would mail them a physical check to a PO Box and never had a problem with fraud or theft. They have since added Zelle as a payment method, and it works beautifully. No more physical checks, way faster, and way safer because only you can initiate a Zelle payment and it can't be reverse-engineered or stolen like a physical check or even other payment methods.
45   Hircus   2021 Aug 13, 2:35pm  

porkchopexpress says
No prescription needed. Here's the link for the 12mg version, although I bought a bunch of 6mg and 12mg to have flexibility in dosing.
https://www.alldaychemist.com/ivecop-12-mg.html

I also loaded up on HCQ and Azithromycin


What country did ivermectin ship from? How many days did it take to arrive?
46   Shaman   2021 Aug 13, 3:44pm  

porkchopexpress says
I still have diarrhea but no more fever, chills or fatigue, which all got zapped within 24 hours.



I had those symptoms about a month and some change ago. I felt just awful. But I dosed up on Quercetin and Turmeric, Zinc, and Vitamin C and D and same as you the worst symptoms were better the next day. I’m not sure what the bug was.
But clearly it’s going around.
47   Rin   2021 Aug 13, 4:21pm  

Shaman says
I had those symptoms about a month and some change ago. I felt just awful. But I dosed up on Quercetin and Turmeric, Zinc, and Vitamin C and D and same as you the worst symptoms were better the next day. I’m not sure what the bug was.


Ppl, do this one thing ... do not stop taking Quercetin, esp Quercetin Phytosome (or a better version if it comes out), ever.
48   porkchopexpress   2021 Aug 14, 8:53am  

Hircus says
porkchopexpress says
No prescription needed. Here's the link for the 12mg version, although I bought a bunch of 6mg and 12mg to have flexibility in dosing.
https://www.alldaychemist.com/ivecop-12-mg.html

I also loaded up on HCQ and Azithromycin


What country did ivermectin ship from? How many days did it take to arrive?
Shipped from Germany and took probably 3 weeks to get here from the time of order. The brand of Ivermectin is Ivecop, which is manufactured in India.
49   WineHorror1   2021 Aug 14, 10:22am  

Rin says
N-Acetyl Cysteine

Where does one get NAC? I do not think it is available OTC.
50   Rin   2021 Aug 14, 11:52am  

WineHorror1 says
Where does one get NAC? I do not think it is available OTC.


It seems rather common, here's an online vitamin shop, vitacost.com. They have many brands.

Also, don't stop at NAC, there's also R-Lipoic Acid which not only helps insulin sensitivity but also recycles antioxidants like C, E, and Glutathione.

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