Projected Dissipation of Covid symptoms after “early care” prevention protocol

  • Projected Dissipation of Covid symptoms after “early care” prevention protocol

    Posted by rehmarathonman26run on June 27, 2024 at 4:37 pm EDT

    Can anyone share their experience with the projected symptom disappation time after one’s commencing a 5 day “Early” prevention protocol using invermectin and the other natural supplements, D3, Zinc, C, Quercetin etc. I jumped on this immediately, and am finishing day 3. Huge improvement from day one, but still feeling “off”, especially the dry cough.

    John Scott replied 6 days, 3 hours ago 6 Members · 6 Replies
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  • vegandan

    Member
    June 28, 2024 at 12:24 am EDT

    My one recommendation is don’t end treatment too early. I made the mistake of taking a single 12mg dose of IVM for a sore throat that developed in the morning and felt better by the next day. So went back to my normal routine of alternating 6mg IVM the next day and quercetin the following day. But the second day the sore throat returned. So I went back to the 12mg dose of IVM and stayed with the 12mg dose for an additional 2 days until I was sure the sore throat was gone.

  • Karen_flccc

    Organizer
    June 28, 2024 at 9:19 am EDT

    When I’ve used the protocol when sick I found the same thing — massive
    improvement very quickly. Then just had minor cold symptoms and felt a
    bit off for the next few days. I kept with most of the protocol until I
    was feeling myself again. Think I may have stopped the ivermectin a bit
    earlier than the other parts of the protocol — bit hard to remember —
    it’s been a while.

  • Larson

    Member
    June 29, 2024 at 1:17 pm EDT

    Our family member found symptoms improved dramatically after 2 days of taking Ivermectin , but it took 4 days to feel back to normal and the cough lingers a bit longer even after feeling well. On the 5th day our family member tested negative for Covid. He took full 6 days of Ivermectin after symptoms started just to make sure symptoms didn’t return. My husband and I each took 5 days of Ivermectin after being exposed to our son living in same house as we do. We never came down with any symptoms. I hope you feel better soon.

  • stephanienievar

    Member
    June 29, 2024 at 2:44 pm EDT

    Hello, mu husband came down with Covid Wednesday, we immediately started treatment, he was feeling better Thursday, Friday and Saturday morning felt himself. Then by 1 pm, he suddenly felt nausea, lightheaded and just didn’t feel good. He was still continuing treatment, he hadn’t stopped…but this seems so strange to me. He was doing great and has run into this setback. Has anyone experienced this lately with covid, or heard of it from anyone else? I sure invite any thoughts! Thank you, Moore, Oklahoma

    • vegandan

      Member
      June 30, 2024 at 3:48 pm EDT

      For some people the side effects of IVM are known for dizziness, upset stomach, nausea, lightheadedness, etc. It is usually dose dependent and might be just too high of dosage initially. The symptoms usually go away with a lower dose and the dosage can be increased with time. But at this point the need for the treatment is probably over and the IVM can be stopped.

  • John Scott

    Member
    July 8, 2024 at 7:54 am EDT

    Each time I’ve had Ivermectin I get a bad headache that lasts for 12 hours or so. I don’t think it’s a coincidence as it’s happened each time.

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