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Jules
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@Tickerguy
FWIW I just had an antibody test at Kroger this morning. They only test for IgG and IgM
see here: https://www.krogerhealth.com/services/co....
"...The Assure Rapid COVID-19 Test can detect and differentiate between IgG and IgM. "

Six months later I'm still antibody positive.

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Jules
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What @Susanlauren said to @Blackcrow
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In case you don't realize it, you have a fan club across America. You could instantly have an entire practice group of internal medicine patients tomorrow (boutique medicine) if you so desired to. Many of the folks here are losing their own doctors due to the political ideology destruction of medicine.

I've been asking this a LOT lately...why aren't MD's, RN's, et al setting up their own private practices for the non-vaxxx'd? And if they are, how do I find one??

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"We must overcome the fear; we must stare it down and power through it. We have no choice." - K. Denninger 4/3/20

"This is madness." - @Susanlauren 5/18/21
"You just eat it. It does not taste good. Whatever. Just eat it." - @Ann_Barnhardt
Ajkalian
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@Tickerguy
There are a LOT of respiratory viruses, including FOUR that are coronaviruses and commonly circulate. OC43 is going around this year, for example.

The only way to KNOW, unless you got one of the atypical symptoms or know who the index was (and THEY in turn were both atypically symptomatic) is to go have an IgG antibody screen run in a couple of weeks. If its positive, even weekly-so, you had it.

Thanks for the info.
I'm due for my annual Medicare Wellness Exam (70+) at the end of the month at a local Hospital. It will be interesting to see what they say when I tell them I'm not jabbed. Wonder what the reaction will be?

I'll see if they have an IgG antibody screen test, if not there is a local Supermarket/Pharmacy that will do it. (Smiths/Kroeger) I'm going to drop by this afternoon and see what's up with what they have to offer, and what the cost might be.

It looks like it's a pretty quick exam. If I wanted to I could have booked an appointment today 1-1/2 hours from now on their website. From what I could gather from the web site, it's a finger jab, and 15-30 minutes later you have the result.

I'll report back with what turned up.


Tickerguy
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$25-30, reads in 10-15 minutes.

Since it also reads IgM it should pick up a recent infection (within the previous 2-3 weeks) where IgG might not. My last IgG test had a VERY weak positive read, but I did run it a bit early AND technically the test was expired (although they were sealed pouches, so exactly how far beyond "expired" they still work nobody really knows.)

Nonetheless positive is positive, and a couple of months ago when I ran the previous one it was definitely negative.

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Quantum
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@Jules:Entrepreneurship is hard, and there are probably barriers to entry (startup costs, etc).
Jack_crabb
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The regulatory issues, in construction anyway, are such that I would not start my 20+ year old business in today's climate. No ****ing way in hell.

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Imhotep
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I think Ive got the Covid now. Ate dinner at neighbors last Wednesday. Several are positive with one, the oldest son, taking it the worst (hes a firefighter and works out). Ive got a slight headache and the chills, but thats it, really. Wife doesnt show any symptoms. The others that have symptoms and got tested were having rough days yesterday. We may go do rapid test tomorrow to confirm.

Ive done ivermectin and all the other stuff talked about.

Hopefully, this is the worst of it.
Ajkalian
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Seems appropriate for this thread.

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Jack_crabb
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I could have written that. lol

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Molon Labe
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@Hanssachs

Not sure where I saw the reference to NAC.

There are many web references to "NAC and Covid". Not sure which can be considered as credible.

I'm a bit concerned that I have archived so much info on Covid on this hard drive that I may have difficulty in accessing it all in an emergency situation.

My reason for getting it is Dr. has already denied prescribing HCQ or Ivermectin to have on hand in case of exposure or for prophylaxis. Pharmacy has already stated they will not fill a HCQ prescription. Remdesivir is the treatment the hospital will push after finding out you cannot breathe even though it has serious kidney and heart issues.

The goal is to never get that far and have any and all available FLCCC compounds on hand and in a quantity sufficient to outlast any shortages or removals from the marketplace along with any others that may be useful.

I look for all over the counter remedies and supplements to be locked down soon and unavailable and animal based remedies will require a vet prescription and removal from ordinary purchase.

I want all these bastards held to account for the lives that that have been ruined in their thirst for power and control and violating the Hippocratic oath of "do no harm"
Inspectrcalahan
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@Imhotep
Were you tacking ivm as prophylaxis or just treatment. ?
Inspectrcalahan
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@oliver
Reports from China indicate that individuals who were taking famatodine , the active ingredient in pepsid ac , had a higher survival rate. These folks were older and fatter . And hell the info is from china .
Ymmv.
Imhotep
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@inspectrcalahan

I started back taking it as prophylaxis 2 weeks ago. Last week was first time I took 2 doses in a week (Mon and Friday). I took another dose this AM at the lake when I felt a little off and started getting texts about neighbors. Other than this headache now, I feel finejust sitting here watching TV and dosing on/off. Plan is to get test tomorrow around noon. Hope I have it, but hate that Ill be out off office/work for 10 days. Oh wellmay be a good time to go get boat from storage and do some maintenance.
Ajkalian
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From September 2020
https://finance.yahoo.com/news/coronavir....

Highlights:
There were only 15 participants included in the report who were over 65 years old.

Participants over 65 years old reported adverse reactions to the drug - like fatigue and muscle aches - at a rate of only 36 per cent.

Younger participants reported those effects at a rate of 64 per cent.

Since the older patients weren't experiencing side effects as often, researchers worry they may not have the same immune response as younger individuals.

Hanssachs
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@Oliver1655,

Thanks. I'll look it up. I have Ivermectin pills, filled by my local pharmacy. Hope I don't need them.
Tickerguy
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You will. You either have had this virus or will get it.

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Frat
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RE: loss of taste/smell

You will absolutely know when it happens to you; this is not "I can't smell the chicken soup because my head is clogged," it's a "Holy **** why CAN'T I TASTE OR SMELL *ANYTHING*?!" Eating hot peppers and getting the heat, but no flavor.

Hell, I knew I was ****ed because I had just returned from Gatlinburg (when I got to hit the range with our genial host), 8am, grabbed my Mt. Dew (I am not a coffee drinker) and it was flat as hell. I thought "That's odd," but we'd been gone for over a week so I thought maybe it had just gone bad. Went back upstairs, grabbed another, drank and said to myself "Weird, why can't I taste thi... **** **** ****!"

I have never had anything like that in my (at the time) 45 years, and it took MONTHS for me to be able to taste and smell again. I lost lots of weight because I eat for taste; you'd be amazed at how not hungry you get if you can't enjoy it.

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We're ****ed. There will be no happy ending here; there is no going back to 'normal.'. There are only bad outcomes and worse outcomes. And we don't get to choose those, either.
Tickerguy
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The funny thing about that @Frat is that we were DEFINITELY in "close contact" but I didn't get infected.

But I was indeed susceptible because now I HAVE BEEN infected and recovered, and not only was it quite-distinct but I now have scientific proof in the form of IgG antibodies, so there you go.

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Frat
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Yep, and I thought that weird as well.

I wasn't on any kind of prophylaxis, though, and I know you were. Add to that that none of the rest of the Frat Clan got it either, and we were all in the damn van for how long together, besides lunch at the pub? I'm pretty fastidious about hand washing, especially since at the time Gatlinburg was a hot-spot for covid. The only thing that stuck in my mind as a possible infection point was at the Flapjacks in downtown... I had to take a leak before we left, and some 300+ pound fatass had just DESTROYED that bathroom (walking out as I was walking in). My thought at the time was "Holy ****, if this dude had covid I'm done because I just got an intimate whiff of his colon."

I mean, it could have been anywhere I suppose, but that was the instance that I remembered.

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We're ****ed. There will be no happy ending here; there is no going back to 'normal.'. There are only bad outcomes and worse outcomes. And we don't get to choose those, either.
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I'd take the bet that's how you got it.

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Imhotep
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Waiting to get testedlots of people here. Line to check in is out the door. We have checked in, but waiting to get called now. Shouldnt be too much longer
Uwe
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Hanssachs wrote..
The best we can do is make sure your system is best prepared to handle it. Mass Vitamin D is the first treatment everyone can do, safelyif correctly advised. Probably ivermectin. Regeneron's monoclonal antibodies if admitted to hospital.

By the time one is sick enough to be admitted to the hospital, it is too late for monoclonal antibodies to do any good. They need to be used early, well before viral replication has run its course. The correct approach with that treatment is to give it immediately upon diagnosis, when it has a very good chance to keep people from getting sick enough that they need to be admitted to a hospital.

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"Corona Virus will come and go, but government will NEVER forget how easy it was to take control of everyone's life; to control every sporting event, classroom, restaurant table, church pew, and even whether you are allowed to leave your house.
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Im positive

Most symptoms are gone. Told safety guy at work I may mow my lawn tomorrow if everything stays the same right after I asked him what our current protocol is

Wife tested pos for flu a, but we know better.

All doc said was we were young, look healthy and take Ibuprofen or TylenolI didnt tell him what I had been doing, but nobody there looked very worried. Maybe they are all desensitized or maybe they realize it aint quite as bad as weve been told.

When we finally finished our test, the line out door was growing longer.

My neighbor, the youngster that was positive told me we could have gone down to his station to get it done. 5 min swab and 15 min for results. He says he just has bad cold like symptoms. Like sinuses now. Sounds like hes much better than yesterday/day before.
Uwe
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Merlin wrote..
The continued push to get the jab is an attempt to remove the unjabbed (control) group, thereby removing the ability to compare the two groups and see what damage the jab actually did.
I'd rather not believe this was the case, but with all the evidence piling up that that the shots are neither safe nor effective, it's starting to look that that's the only plausible explanation.

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"Corona Virus will come and go, but government will NEVER forget how easy it was to take control of everyone's life; to control every sporting event, classroom, restaurant table, church pew, and even whether you are allowed to leave your house.
Ajkalian
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@Tickerguy
$25-30, reads in 10-15 minutes.

Since it also reads IgM it should pick up a recent infection (within the previous 2-3 weeks) where IgG might not. My last IgG test had a VERY weak positive read, but I did run it a bit early AND technically the test was expired (although they were sealed pouches, so exactly how far beyond "expired" they still work nobody really knows.)
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Karl:
I decided to go ahead and get the Antibody test, and it turned up negative.
See Attached

But The tech,young man in his '30s, that gave me the test was a breath of fresh air. When I told him why I wanted the test because of what happened last month.

When I explained to him the unfolding of events he said that there were many reports whose symptoms exactly matched mine. So it looks like you were right that it might be a variant even the OC43 virus. But it turned out not to be Covid-19.

When I explained to the tech what happened and then told him that I took Ivermectin, I expected him to scold me. But he agreed with me and said he believes as I do that it can be effective. They even dispense Ivermectin at that particular pharmacy.

We had a great discussion and he pretty much would feel right at home with the people who frequent this thread.

One thing that really hit me hard, was when he said with a kind of a sigh in his voice, was that he wished that what he was doing, by vaccinating people wasn't going to hurt them in the long run. And he was very sincere and sad that it might.

But it was an easy test to get and cost $25 and only took 15 minutes and the results were available. So of anybody wants to find out for sure if you have the Covid-19 antibodies, go ahead and take the test.

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